Category Archives: F. A. Hayek

More Online Books by F. A. Hayek

Economics — pdf editions From Mises.org unless otherwise noted.

Individualism and Economic Order (pdf)

Monetary Theory and the Trade Cycle (html)

Profits, Interest and Investments and Other Essays on The Theory of Industrial Fluctuations (pdf)

Prices and Production (pdf)

The Pure Theory of Capital (pdf)

The Counter Revolution of Science

Denationalization of Money – from iea.org.uk (pdf)

Monetary Nationalism and International Stability (pdf)

Tiger By the Tail (pdf)


 

Individualism and Economic Order | 1948 | Friedrich A. Hayek

FORMAT:  pdf  |  e-pub

From the Mises.org site:

If you are looking to acquaint yourself with F.A. Hayek’s perspective on economic theory — beyond his business cycle and monetary studies of the inter-war years — this is the best source. The collection appeared in 1947, before he moved on toward broader cultural and social investigations. It contains his most profound work on the liberal economic order, and his most penetrating reflections on economic phenomena.


 

Why I Am Not Conservative | 1850 | F. A. Hayek

FORMAT:  PDF

Friedrich A. Hayek

(8 May 1899 – 23 March 1992), born in Austria-Hungary as Friedrich August von Hayek and frequently referred to as F. A. Hayek, was an Austrian and British economist and philosopher best known for his defense of classical liberalism. Hayek shared the 1974 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences with Gunnar Myrdal for his “pioneering work in the theory of money and economic fluctuations and … penetrating analysis of the interdependence of economic, social and institutional phenomena.”1

From Wikipedia, “Friedrich Hayek.”
Footnote Source: 
Bank of Sweden (1974). “The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 1974”.

From Cato.org


The Road to Serfdom | 1944 | F.A. Hayek

266 pages, pdf file, Routledge Classic version
Brief mises.org bio: F.A. Hayek

FORMAT: pdf

‘This book has become a true classic: essential reading for everyone who is seriously interested in politics in the broadest and least partisan sense.’     ~~Milton Friedman

Visit Road to Serfdom book page at mises.org for more information on this great classic.

Download Road to Serfdom
70 pgs., pdf file,  (Readers’ Digest Condensed version from http://mises.org)

Download Road to Serfdom in Cartoons
19 pgs., pdf file, (great online quality) from Mises.org