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F. A. Hayek

F. A. HayekAKA Friedrich Augustus von Hayek

Born: 8-May-1899
Birthplace: Vienna, Austria
Died: 23-Mar-1992
Location of death: Freiburg, Germany
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Friedhof Neustift am Walde, Vienna, Austria

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Economist

Nationality: Austria
Executive summary: Austrian economist

Wife: Berta Maria von Fritsch ("Hella", m. 1926, div. Jul-1950, one daughter, one son)
Daughter: Christina Maria Felicitas (b. 1929)
Son: Lorenz Josef Heinrich (b. 1934)
Wife: Helene Bitterlich (his cousin, m. 1950)

    University: PhD, University of Vienna (1921 and 1923)
    Professor: Tooke Chair in Economics and Statistics, London School of Economics (1931-50)
    Scholar: Committee on Social Thought, University of Chicago (1950-61)
    Professor: University of Freiburg (1962-68)
    Professor: Visiting Professor, University of Salzburg

    Fraser Institute
    Mont Pelerin Society
    Nobel Prize for Economics 1974 (with Gunnar Myrdal)
    Shrapnel Injury
    Naturalized UK Citizen (1938)
    Heart Attack (1961)
    Heart Attack (1969)
    Chicago School Economists
    Risk Factors: Malaria, Depression

Author of books:
Die Gemeinwirtschaft (1922, economics)
Prices and Production (1931, economics)
Monetary Theory and the Trade Cycle (1933, economics)
The Pure Theory of Capital (1941, economics)
The Road to Serfdom (1944, economics)
Individualism and Economic Order (1948, economics)
The Sensory Order (1952, economics)
The Constitution of Liberty (1960, economics)
Law, Legislation, and Liberty (1973-79, economics, 3 vols.)
Denationalisation of Money: An Analysis of the Theory and Practice of Concurrent Currencies (1976, economics)
New Studies in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (1978, economics)
The Fatal Conceit (1988, economics)
Hayek on Hayek: An Autobiographical Dialogue (1994, economics)


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