Articles by Hayek

Liberal Social Theory:

“Decline of The Rule of Law”

“Principles or Expediency?”

“The Moral Element in Free Enterprise”

“The Common Sense of Progress”

“The Confusion of Language in Political Thought”

“The Case for Freedom”

“Why I am Not a Conservative”

“Freedom and Coercion:  Some Comments and Mr. Hamowy’s Criticism”

“Economic Freedom and Representative Government” (pdf)

“The Defense of Our Civilization Against Intellectual Error”

“Kinds of Order in Society”


“The Road to Serfdom” Reader’s Digest Condensed version, condensed and re-written by Max Eastman.


“What Price a Planned Economy”Contemporary Review of London, April, 1938.

“The Road to Serfdom” — the Reader’s Digest condensed version.

Intellectuals and Socialism”The University of Chicago Law Review (Spring 1949), pp. 417-433, The University of Chicago Press; George B. de Huszar ed., The Intellectuals: A Controversial Portrait (Glencoe, Illinois: the Free Press, 1960) pp. 371-84.


“Competition as a Discovery Procedure” (pdf)

“Coping With Ignorance”

“Economics and Knowledge”

“The Use of Knowledge in Society”

“The Pretense of Knowledge” (Nobel Prize lecture)

“Banquet Speech” (Nobel Prize, 1974)

“The Mythology of Capital” (pdf)

“Reflections on the Pure Theory of Money of Mr. J.M. Keynes” (pdf)

“Investment that Raises the Demand for Capital”

“Richard Cantillon”

“Choice in Currency:  A Way to Stop Inflation”

“Denationalization of Money”

“The Non Sequitur of the Dependence Effect” Southern Economic Journal. Vol. 27.  April, 1961

Forward to Economics as a Coordination Problem

Introduction to Selected Writings on Political Economy

“Toward a Free Market Monetary System”. J. of Libertarian Studies.  1979.  Vol. 3, No. 1.  (Spring): 1-8.   pdf file.

A Tiger by the Tail.  (pdf)

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During the [1950s] modern economic history took a dramatic swing away from the liberal-left consensus established by the Hammonds, Tawney and the Webbs. The seminal text for this change of direction was the 1954 collection of essays compiled by F. A. Hayek, _Capitalism and the Historians_. — Miles Taylor

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