1 N.Y.U. J.L. & Liberty [i] (2005)

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Journal of Law & Liberty

Volume 1                       2005                      Number 0
Copyright  2005 New York University Journal of Law & Liberty
HAYEK AND THE LAW
INTRODUCTION                                                       1
THE USE OF KNOWLEDGE IN SOCIETY'                                   5
F. A. Hayek
THE LAW OF A FREE SOCIETY EMERGES LIKE THE LAWS OF ECONOMICS:
F.A. HAYEK FROM THE ROAD TO SERFDOM
TO LAW, LEGISLATION & LIBERTY                              17
Orlan Lee
HAYEK & COWBOYS: CUSTOMARY LAW IN THE AMERICAN WEST              35
Andrew P. Morriss
SPONTANEOUS SOCIAL ORDER AND LIBERALISM                           65
Eugene Heath
HAYEK, THE COMMON LAW, AND FLUID DRvE                            79
John Hasnas
SHOPPING FOR LAW IN A COASEAN MARKET                             111
G. Marcus Cole
HAYEK, LAW, AND COGNITION                                        147
Richard A. Posner
HAYEK ON MONOPOLY AND ANTITRUST IN THE CRUCIBLE
OF UNITED STATES V. MICROSOFT                             167
Ellen Frankel Paul
THE USES AND LIMITS OF LOCAL KNOWLEDGE:
A CAUTIONARY NOTE ON HAYEK                                205
Richard A. Epstein

P Reprinted with permission of The American Economic Review.

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