Henry Hazlitt

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Henry Hazlitt
Nascimento 28 de novembro de 1894
Filadélfia
Morte 9 de julho de 1993 (98 anos)
Nova Iorque
Cidadania Estados Unidos
Ocupação jornalista, economista, filósofo,

Henry Hazlitt (28 de novembro de 18948 de julho de 1993) foi um economista estadunidense[1].

Livros[editar | editar código-fonte]

  • Thinking as a Science, 1915
  • The Way to Will Power, 1922
  • A Practical Program for America, 1933
  • The Anatomy of Criticism, 1933
  • Instead of Dictatorship, 1933
  • A New Constitution Now, 1942
  • Freedom in America: The Freeman (with Virgil Jordan), 1945
  • The Full Employment Bill: An Analysis, 1945
  • Economics in One Lesson, 2008 reprint of first edition (1946)
  • Economics in One Lesson (Spanish), 1946
  • Will Dollars Save the World?, 1947
  • Forum: Do Current Events Indicate Greater Government Regulation, Nationalization, or Socialization?, Proceedings from a Conference Sponsored by The Economic and Business Foundation, 1948
  • The Illusions of Point Four, 1950
  • The Great Idea, 1951 (titled Time Will Run Back in Britain, revised and rereleased with this title in 1966)
  • The Free Man's Library, 1956
  • The Failure of the 'New Economics': An Analysis of the Keynesian Fallacies, 1959
  • The Critics of Keynesian Economics (ed.), 1960
  • What You Should Know About Inflation, 1960
  • The Foundations of Morality, 1964
  • Man vs. The Welfare State, 1969
  • The Conquest of Poverty, 1973
  • To Stop Inflation, Return to Gold, 1974
  • The Inflation Crisis and How to Resolve It, 1978
  • From Bretton Woods to World Inflation, 1984
  • The Wisdom of the Stoics: Selections from Seneca, Epictetus, and Marcus Aurelius, 1984
  • The Wisdom of Henry Hazlitt, 1993

Referências

  1. Brian Doherty, Radicals for Capitalism: a Freewheeling History of the Modern American Libertarian Movement, New York, Public Affairs (2007) pp. 33, 91–4, 97, 123, 156, 159, 162–67, 189, 198–99, 203, 213, 231, 238 and 279; George H. Nash, The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America (1976) pp. 418–20.

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