Hayek: A Collaborative Biography Part XII: Liberalism in the Classical Tradition, Austrian versus British
by
 
Leeson, Robert. author.

Title
Hayek: A Collaborative Biography Part XII: Liberalism in the Classical Tradition, Austrian versus British

Author
Leeson, Robert. author.

ISBN
9783319745091

Personal Author
Leeson, Robert. author.

Physical Description
XII, 414 p. online resource.

Series
Archival Insights into the Evolution of Economics

Contents
1.‘Austrian Thought and Fascism’: ‘The victory of Fascism in a number of countries is only an episode in the long series of struggles over the problem of property -- 2. Persuade the intellectuals in the hopes that ultimately they could be converted and transmit my ideas to the public at large -- 3. Hayek and Aristocratic Influence -- 4. Pigouvian Market Failure -- 5. Britain, White Supremacism, and the International Right -- 6. The ‘Free’ Market ‘Emergency’ Demand for ‘Fascism.' -- 7.‘[Italian] Fascism -- 8. Austrian ‘Instincts,’ Serfdom, and Spanish and Portuguese ‘Fascism. .

Abstract
F.A. von Hayek (1899-1992) was a Nobel Prize winning economist, famous for promoting an Austrian version of classical liberalism. The multi-volume Hayek: A Collaborative Biography examines the evolution of his life and influence. Two concepts of civilization revolve around power – should it be separated or concentrated? Liberalism in the non-Austrian classical tradition remains fearful of power concentrated in the hands of government, labour unions or corporations; Red Terrorists sought to monopolize power to liquidate enemies and competitors as a prelude to utopia (the ‘withering away of the State’); and behind the ‘slogan of liberty,’ White Terror promoters (Mises and Hayek) sought to concentrate power in the hands of a ‘dictatorial democracy’ where henchmen would liquidate enemies, and – ‘guided’ by ‘utopia’ (the ‘spontaneous’ order) – follow orders from their social superiors. This volume, Part XII, examines the ‘free’ market Use of Knowledge in Society; examines the foundations of ‘free’ market educational credentials; and asks whether those funded by the tobacco industry and the carbon lobby should be accorded ‘independent policy expert’ status. .

Subject Term
Economic history.
 
Economic policy.
 
History of Economic Thought/Methodology. http://scigraph.springernature.com/things/product-market-codes/W28000
 
Economic Policy. http://scigraph.springernature.com/things/product-market-codes/W34010

Added Corporate Author
SpringerLink (Online service)

Electronic Access
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-74509-1


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