Mark Blaug

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Mark Blaug FBA (3 April 1927 – 18 November 2011) was a Dutch-born British economist.

Quotes[edit]

Hayek revisited (1993)[edit]

"Hayek revisited", Critical Review 7.1 (1993)

  • There were many Hayeks: Hayek, the political scientist; Hayek, the economist; Hayek, the philosopher of social science; Hayek, the psychologist. Even in these different roles, he played many parts.
  • Hayek's career raises many puzzles and sometimes takes on the appearance of an endless trail of unresolved or only partly resolved issues.
  • Why did his interest in the concept of spontaneous order and the history of the doctrine of unintended social consequences undergo very little development after the 1960s? All of his political writings are in fact amazingly repetitious, exploring a small number of big themes which, however, are not further refined or extended in new contexts. As organizing concepts, they held, I am convinced, enormous potentialities but nevertheless Hayek himself failed to realize them.

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