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Capital and Interest (Collected Works of F. A. Hayek) (Paperback)
Produced throughout the first fifteen years of Hayek's career, the writings collected in Capital and Interest see Hayek
elaborate on and extend his landmark lectures that were published as Prices and Production and work toward the
technically sophisticated line of thought seen in his later Pure Theory of Capital.
Illuminating the development of Hayek's detailed contributions to capital and interest theory, the collection also sheds
light on how Hayek's work related to other influential economists of the time. Highlights include the 1936 article "The
Mythology of Capital"--presented here alongside Frank Knight's criticisms of the Austrian theory of capital that
prompted it--and "The Maintenance of Capital," with subsequent comments by the English economist A. C. Pigou.
These and other familiar works are accompanied by lesser-known articles and lectures, including a lecture on
technological progress and excess capacity. An introduction by the book's editor, leading Hayek scholar Lawrence H.
White, places Hayek's contributions in careful historical context, with ample footnotes and citations for further