It will be the 15th volume of The Collected Works of F.A. Hayek, and will gather several items together, all concerning the theory of markets in a subject-related logic, respecting the publication order only within each part.

Here is the plan:

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • Chapter 1 – Prologue: Kinds of Rationalism (1964)
  • Part I – Development
    • Chapter 2 – Economics and Knowledge (1937)
    • Chapter 3 – Facts of the Social Sciences (1943)
    • Chapter 4 – The Use of Knowledge in Society (1945)
    • Chapter 5 – The Meaning of Competition (1946)
    • Chapter 6 – The Political Ideal of the Rule of Law (1955)
    • Chapter 7 – Degrees of Explanation (1955)
    • Chapter 8 – The Economy, Science and Politics (1962)
    • Chapter 9 – Rules, Perception and Intelligibility (1962)
  • Part II – Generalization
    • Chapter 10 – The Theory of Complex Phenomena (1964)
    • Chapter 11 – Notes on the Evolution of Systems of Rules of Conduct (1967)
    • Chapter 12 – The Results of Human Action But Not of Human Design (1967)
    • Chapter 13 – Competition as a Discovery Process (1968)
    • Chapter 14 – The Primacy of the Abstract (1969)
      • Appendix to Chapter 14 – Discussion of Primacy of Abstract
    • Chapter 15 – The Errors of Constructivism (1970)
    • Chapter 16 – Nature vs. Nurture Once Again (1971)
    • Chapter 17 – The Pretence of Knowledge (1975)

At this moment, I ignore totally when this volume will be published. If you’re in Aix-en-Provence on May 12, you will be able to ask it to Bruce Caldwell himself, since he’ll give a conference on Hayek at the University.

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