F.A. Hayek (1899-1992) was a Nobel Prize winning economist, famous for his defense against classical liberalism. This volume xamines Hayek's relationship with the Chicago School, and looks at The Consitution of Liberty - Hayek's vision of the wealthy. The study highlights the paradox that arises from the spontaneous order of trade unions.
About the Author
Gregory Christiansen, California State University, USA
Benjamin Jackson, Associate Professor of Modern History, University of Oxford
Corey Robin, City University of New York, USA
David J. Theroux, The Independent Institute
Table of Contents1. Introduction; Robert Leeson 2. 'You just had to raise your finger'; Robert Leeson 3. Hayek and the Chicago School; Rob van Horn 4. Wealth and the Intellectuals: Nietzsche, Hayek, and the Austrian School of Economics; Corey Robin 5. Hayek, Hutt and trade unions; Benjamin Jackson 6. Hayek and Me; David J. Theroux 7. Some Recollections of Hayek and Bill Bartley; Gregory Christiansen