F.A. Hayek

Quotes From

Monetary Theory and the Trade Cycle (1933)

Prices and Production (1935)

Monetary Nationalism and International Stability (1937)

The Pure Theory of Capital (1941)

The Road to Serfdom (1945)

Individualism and Economic Order (1949)

The Sensory Order (1952)

The Counterrevolution of Science (1955)

The Constitution of Liberty (1960)

Studies in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (1968)

Competition as a Discovery Procedure (1968)

Liberalism (1973)

Denationalisation of Money (1976)

A Free-Market Monetary System (1977)

Law, Legislation, and Liberty (1978)

The Moral Imperative of the Market (1986)

The Fatal Conceit (1988)

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