The Roots of Neoliberalism in Friedrich von Hayek

@article{Hoerber2019TheRO,
  title={The Roots of Neoliberalism in Friedrich von Hayek},
  author={Thomas C. Hoerber},
  journal={Economic Theory and Globalization},
  year={2019}
}
Hayek is one of the most important liberal thinkers of the twentieth century. Born in 1899 in Vienna, he became with Ludwig von Mises, who was his mentor during his time at Vienna, one of the main representatives of the Austrian School of liberal economic thought. In 1931 he emigrated to Britain and took up a position at the London School of Economics. There he became the main intellectual opponent of John Maynard Keynes poising free market economy against Keynes’ planned economy. This contest… 
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