Liberty Classics

Hayek, Mises, and the Methodology of the Social Sciences

The Fortunes of Liberalism1 collects a wide-ranging number of Friedrich. A. Hayek's articles, reviews, addresses, and even obituaries—35 in total—spanning all seven decades of his scholarly career from the 1920s to the 1980s. To call this collection eclectic is an understatement, but the unifying theme is Hayek's perspective on thinkers who have some connection to Austrian economics, to Hayek's reconstruction of liberalism, or to both. As such, it includes pieces engaging with the lives and work of thinkers like Carl...
Article By Leonidas Zelmanovitz
Vera Smith: The Contrarian View
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In 1936, seven years into the Great Depression, John Maynard Keynes' General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money was published. The culmination of Keynes' theorizing in support of policies of manipulation of money and credit by the state in order to achieve macroeconomic equilibrium came...

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