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Friedrich von Hayek: The Socialist-Calculation Debate, Knowledge Arguments, And Modern Economic Development

@inproceedings{Elliott2011FriedrichVH,
  title={Friedrich von Hayek: The Socialist-Calculation Debate, Knowledge Arguments, And Modern Economic Development},
  author={Cara Anson Elliott},
  year={2011}
}
At the close of the nineteenth and the commencement of the twentieth century, socialism began to gain momentum as a large-scale movement in Europe and the United States. This popularity was supported by an increased influence of the working class in society, which put pressure for representation upon European parliaments and began to secure concrete improvements in labor protection laws. Moreover, socialist proponents looked hopefully towards the living example of the Soviet Union, which began… 
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