Hayek and the Evolution of Designed Institutions: A Critical Assessment
Christian Schubert ()
Chapter 4 in Entrepreneurship, Money and Coordination, 2005 from Edward Elgar Publishing
Hayek’s theory of cultural evolution has always generated controversy. Interest in Hayek’s theory, and others’ analysis and criticism of it, has been rising of late. This volume urges a reconsideration of Hayeks’ theory of evolution and aims to explore the relevance of Hayek’s theory for its own sake and for evolutionary economics more generally.
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