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The publication of a new edition of A Tiger by the Tail: The Keynesian Legacy of Inflation means that four books by Nobel laureate Friedrich von Hayek can now be downloaded free of charge in pdf format from the IEA website. Here are the links:

●  A Tiger by the Tail: The Keynesian Legacy of Inflation

●  The Road to Serfdom (with The Intellectuals and Socialism)

●  Denationalisation of Money

●  Choice in Currency: A Way to Stop Inflation

Additional material by the great Austrian economist is available from the Hayek page of the Mises Institute website.

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Richard Wellings was educated at Oxford and the London School of Economics, completing a PhD on transport and environmental policy at the latter in 2004. He joined the Institute in 2006 as Deputy Editorial Director. Richard is the author, co-author or editor of several papers, books and reports, including Towards Better Transport (Policy Exchange, 2008), A Beginner’s Guide to Liberty (Adam Smith Institute, 2009), High Speed 2: The Next Government Project Disaster? (IEA , 2011) and Which Road Ahead - Government or Market? (IEA, 2012). He is a Senior Fellow of the Cobden Centre and the Economic Policy Centre.

2 thoughts on “Hayek online”

  1. Posted 15/04/2009 at 14:37 | Permalink

    I never thought that I’d see the day when I’d defend the IEA again (after the evenements of ‘82-’83), but here we are…

    Posting to SAMIZDATA bears an uncanny resemblance to posting to IZVESTIYA or PRAVDA in the days of the USSR.

    IS THE IEA WRONG TO JUNK NEO-CLASSICAL ECONOMICS?
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  2. Posted 15/04/2009 at 14:37 | Permalink

    I never thought that I’d see the day when I’d defend the IEA again (after the evenements of ‘82-’83), but here we are…

    Posting to SAMIZDATA bears an uncanny resemblance to posting to IZVESTIYA or PRAVDA in the days of the USSR.

    IS THE IEA WRONG TO JUNK NEO-CLASSICAL ECONOMICS?
    =================================================

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