Hayek: A Collaborative Biography Part IX: The Divine Right of the 'Free' Market
by
 
Leeson, Robert. editor.

Title
Hayek: A Collaborative Biography Part IX: The Divine Right of the 'Free' Market

Author
Leeson, Robert. editor.

ISBN
9783319607085

Physical Description
VIII, 420 p. online resource.

Series
Archival Insights into the Evolution of Economics

Contents
1. What is ‘Hayek’? Robert Leeson -- 2. Faith-Based Economics. Robert Leeson -- 3. Hayek, Mises, and the Iron Rule of Unintended Consequences -- 4. Accelerating the Climate of Hate: The Austrian School of Economics, Hayek, and ‘The New Hate.’ -- 5. Christian Reconstructionism and the Austrian School of Economics -- 6. The Genealogy of Jaime Guzman’s Subsidiary State -- 7. Hayek, Thatcher, and the Muddle of the Middle -- 8. Economics and Religion, What is the Relationship? – A Case Study of Nordic Social Democracy -- 9. Clerical Fascism: Chile and Austria -- 10. Clerical Fascism: Portugal, Spain and France -- 11. Austria, the Past, and Anti-Semitism.

Abstract
This book is the ninth volume in this series which explores the life of Nobel Price-winning economist F.A. Hayek (1899-1992). Hayek was  famous for promoting an Austrian version of classical liberalism: this multi-volume biography examines the evolution of Hayek’s life and influence. In this volume, a variety of well-known contributors discuss Hayek's views on the divine right of the market taking democratic and free-market principles into account. Topics range from Hayek's philosophical influences, to the profound change his ideas wrought on the political and economic landscape.

Subject Term
Economics.
 
History of Economic Thought/Methodology.

Added Author
Leeson, Robert.

Added Corporate Author
SpringerLink (Online service)

Electronic Access
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-60708-5


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