Political Economy: F. A. Hayek

This essay concentrates on this enduring theme of Hayek's work, and a question: why would the scholar who did more than anyone in the twentieth century to advance our understanding of price signals and the emergence of spontaneous orders also be driven to claim that social justice is a mirage?

Published in: Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
1999

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