Hayek: From Economics as Equilibrium Analysis to Economics as Social Theory:

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Hayek: From Economics as Equilibrium Analysis to Economics as Social Theory:

Post by Neodoxy » Fri Mar 30, 2018 9:42 am

This is thread for smaller works. Not books or anything but essays, papers, lectures, and so on. Additionally not for news, current events, or very basic material.

Hayek: From Economics as Equilibrium Analysis to Economics as Social Theory:

https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm ... id=2546259

Great essay that had a big impact on me last year in the direction that my though currently goes. Describes Hayek's turn from an economist focused upon strict equilibrium theory to a more sociological/institutional outlook. Gives you a great sense of the Austrian vision of economic coordination blending into a more general sense of social coordination.

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