The Review of Austrian Economics, 15:4, 359–368, 2002. c 2002 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Manufactured in The Netherlands. Book Reviews Boudewijn Bouckaert and Annette Godart-Van Der Kroon, Editors (2000) Hayek Revisted (Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar). 157 + xxi pp. 1-85898-449-1. Hayek Revisited, published under the auspices of The Locke Institute, contains eleven papers (plus an Introduction by Boudewijn Bouckaert, Annette Godart-Van Der Kroon, and Martin De Vliegere) that were prepared for four conferences sponsored by the Belgian- Dutch Ludwig Von Mises Institute during 1993–1996. The papers are organized into three categories: “Spontaneous Order, Ethics, and Freedom,” “Farewell to the Welfare State?,” and “Europe: Widening or Deepening?” The book is not a study of Hayek’s theories, as such, but an attempt to extend and apply those ideas. The majority of the authors are philosophers of law; consequently, the papers generally center on questions concerning the nature of law, liberal conceptions of legitimacy, and role of the state. Given the volume’s emphasis, it will be of interest to economists who wish to peek into questions that Hayekian legal theorists have been asking. The book may more directly appeal to a broader multidisciplinary audience interested in the kinds of constitutional, normative, and legal
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