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Frank Knight

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Frank Knight
Économiste

Dates 1885-1972
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Tendance École de Chicago
Origine États-Unis États-Unis
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Frank Knight (7 novembre 1885 - 15 avril 1972), membre de la société du Mont Pèlerin, était un économiste principalement connu pour quatre contributions fondamentales : la méthodologie économique, les théories de l'action humaine, de l'incertitude et de l'esprit d'entreprise. Il propose une distinction entre le risque et l'incertitude en 1921 dans Risk, Uncertainty and Profit. Le risque désigne une situation où les possibilités de l'avenir sont connues et probabilisables. Par opposition, l'incertitude désigne une situation où l'on ignore tout cela. Frank Knight distingue donc des situations risquées (où la distribution de probabilité des cas possibles n'est pas connue) des situations incertaines (où les cas possibles ne sont même pas connus). Une incertitude knightienne est donc une situation où non seulement l'avenir n'est pas connu, mais il ne peut l'être.

En 1940[1], il souligne que la définition de la science économique par Lionel Robbins est trop formaliste. Elle tend à réduire la théorie économique à quelque chose de mécanique sans plus avoir de rapport avec la réalité économique.

Bien que Frank Knight soit considéré, avec Milton Friedman, comme un des pères fondateurs de l'école de Chicago, ses contributions contiennent des caractéristiques autrichiennes. Influencé par William James, Henri Bergson et Max Weber, Le subjectivisme de Frank Knight peut être analysé comme un lien entre Carl Menger et Ludwig von Mises dans l'histoire du subjectivisme. Fu-Lai Tony Yu, précise, en 2002, que Frank Knight peut être classé dans l'école austro-allemande d'économie, puisque le terme d'école autrichienne est trop étroit pour tenir compte des influences allemandes.

Frank H. Knight a présenté deux concepts différents de l'«incertitude» dans son livre "Risk, Uncertainty and Profit", en 1921. La première notion est basée sur la possibilité de se protéger contre un certain résultat. Là, on peut en tirer des probabilités fréquentielles. La seconde notion se réfère à tous les cas où les individus ont des attentes subjectives quant à l'avenir et qui ne peut être probabilisable.


Notes et références

  1. Frank Knight, What is Truth' in Economics, Journal of Political Economy, Vol. XLVIII No. 1
    • repris en 1956, In: On the History and Method of Economics, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp151-178

Publications

  • 1915,
    • a. The Thirteenth Census Report on Occupations, American Economic Review, 5, March, pp184-188 [Commentaire du livre "Thirteenth Census of the United States", vol. IV: Population. Occupation Statistics
    • b. Mechanical Devices in European Statistical Work, Quarterly Publications of the American Statistical Association, 14, June, pp596-599
  • 1916,
    • a. A Theory of Business Profit, Thèse de doctorat, Cornell University
    • b. Neglected Factors in the Problem of Normal Interest, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 30, February, pp279-310
  • 1917, “The Concept of Normal Price in Value and Distribution.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 32 (November 1917): 66-100.
  • 1920, commentaire du livre de Thorstein Veblen, "The Place of Science in Modern Civilization", Journal of Political Economy, n°2, June, pp518-520
  • 1921,
    • a. "Risk, Uncertainty and Profit", Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.
      • Nouvelle édition en 1957
      • Nouvelle édition en 1964, New York : Augustus M. Kelley
      • Nouvelle édition en 1965, Harper and Row, New York
      • Nouvelle édition en 1971, Chicago: University of Chicago Press
      • Repris en partie en 1986, In: Louis Putterman et Randall S. Kroszner, dir., The Economic Nature of the Firm. A Reader, ch 3
      • Traduction en espagnol en 1947, par Manuel Torres, "Riesgo, Incertidumbre y Beneficio", Madrid : Aguilar
    • b. Cost of Production and Price Over Long and Short Periods, Journal of Political Economy 29 (April), pp304-335
    • c. Ethics and the Economic Interpretation, Quarterly Journal of Economics 36 (May): 454-81
    • d. “Traditional Economic Theory--Discussion.” American Economic Review 11 (March 1921 Supplement): 143-46.
    • e. “Cassel's Theoretische Sozialökonomie.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 36 (November 1921): 145-53. [Review of Theoretische Sozialökonomie, by G. Cassel.]
  • 1922, Ethics and the Economic Interpretation, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol 36, n°3, May, pp454-481
    • Repris en 1935, In: Frank Knight, The Ethics of Competition and Other Essays. New York: Harper & Brothers
  • 1923,
    • a. “Some Books on Fundamentals.” Journal of Political Economy 31 (June 1923): 342-59. [Review article on Supply and Demand, by H.D. Henderson; The Economics of Welfare, by A.C. Pigou; Principles of the New Economics, by L.D. Edie; and Introduction to Economics (revised ed.), by A.S. Johnson.]
    • b. “The Ethics of Competition”, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol 37, n°4, August, pp579-624
      • Repris In: The Ethics of Competition; and Selected Essays, vol. 1.
  • 1924,
    • a. “The Limitations of Scientific Method in Economics”, In: R.G. Tugwell, dir., The Trend of Economics, New York: Alfred A. Knopf, pp229-267
      • Repris en 1935, In: Frank Knight, dir., The Ethics of Competition and Other Essays. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp105-147
    • b. “Some Fallacies in the Interpretation of Social Cost.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 38 (August): 582-606. Reprinted in The Ethics of Competition; and Selected Essays, vol. 1.
  • 1925,
    • a. Fact and Metaphysics in Economic Psychology, American Economic Review, Vol 15, n°2, June, pp247-266
    • b. Letter to Jacob Viner, Seely G. Mudd Manuscript Library, Princeton University, Princeton, N.J., September 9
    • c. Economic Psychology and the Value Problem, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol 39, n°3, May, pp372-409
      • Repris en 1935, In: Frank Knight, dir., The Ethics of Competition and Other Essays. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp76-104
    • d. “A Note on Professor Clark's Illustration of Marginal Productivity.” Journal of Political Economy 33 (October 1925): 550-53. [Comment on Studies in the Economics of Overhead Costs, by J.M. Clark.]
  • 1927, “Interest Theory and Price Movement--Discussion.” American Economic Review 17 (March Supplement 1927): 120-21.
  • 1928
    • a. “A Suggestion for Simplifying the Statement of the General Theory of Price.” Journal of Political Economy 36 (June 1928): 353-70.
    • b. “Historical and Theoretical Issues in the Problem of Modern Capitalism.” Journal of Economic and Business History 1, November, pp119-136
      • Repris en 1956, In: On the History & Method of Economics, pp89-103 [Review article on Der Moderne Kapitalismus: Historisch-systematische Darstellung des gesamteuropäischen Wirtschaftslebens von seinen Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart, vol. III: Das Wirtschaftsleben im Zeitalter des Hochkapitalismus, by Werner Sombart]
    • c. “Homan's Contemporary Economic Thought.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 43 (November 1928): 132-41. [Review article on Contemporary Economic Thought, by P.T. Homan.]
  • 1929, “Freedom as Fact and Criterion.” International Journal of Ethics 39 (January, pp129-147
    • Repris en 1947, In: Freedom & Reform, pp3-23
  • 1930,
    • a. “Absentee Ownership.” In Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, vol. 1. New York: Macmillan, 1930.
    • b. “Abstinence.” In Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, vol. 1. New York: Macmillan, 1930.
    • c. “The Theory of Economic Dynamics as Related to Industrial Instability--Discussion.” American Economic Review 20 (March Supplement, 1930): 35-37.
    • d. “Statik und Dynamik zur Frage der Mechanischen Analogie in den Wirtshaftswissenschaften.” Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie 2 (August 1930): 1-26
      • Traduit en anglais en 1935, "Statics and Dynamics", In: Frank Knight, dir., The Ethics of Competition and Other Essays. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp161-185
      • Traduction anglaise en 1956, "Statics and Dynamics: Some Queries regarding the Mechanical Analogy in Economics", On the History & Method of Economics, and Selected Essays: Vol. 1. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp179-201
  • 1931,
    • a. “Relation of Utility Theory to Economic Method in the Work of William Stanley Jevons and Others.” In Methods in Social Science, edited by Stuart Rice, 59-69. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1931.
    • b. “Davenport, Herbert Joseph”, In: Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, vol. 5. New York: Macmillan
    • c. “Demand--Theory.” In Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, vol. 5. New York: Macmillan.
    • d. “Exchange.” In Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, vol. 5. New York: Macmillan, 1931.
    • e. “Economics--History of Economic Thought: Marginal Utility Economics.” In Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, vol. 5. New York: Macmillan, 1931. Reprinted in The Ethics of Competition.
    • f. “Professor Fisher's Interest Theory: A Case in Point.” Journal of Political Economy 39 (April 1931): 176-212
    • g. "Marginal utility economics", Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, New York: Macmillan
      • Repris en 1935, In: "The Ethics of Competition and Other Essays", New York: Harper, Ch V
  • 1932,
    • “Das Wertproblem in der Wirtschaftstheorie.” In Die Wirtschaftstheorie der Gegenwart, vol. II, Wert, Preis, Produktion, Geld und Kredit, edited by Hans Mayer, 52-72. Vienna: Julius Springer.
    • “Interest.” In Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, vol. 8. New York: Macmillan. Reprinted in Ethics of Competition.
    • “The Newer Economics and the Control of Economic Activity.” Journal of Political Economy 40 (August): 433-76. [Review article on Modern Economic Society, by Sumner H. Slichter.]
  • 1933,
    • a. The Economic Organization. Chicago: University of Chicago, 1933.
    • b. “Capitalistic Production, Time and the Rate of Return”, In: Economic Essays in Honour of Gustav Cassel, London: George Allen & Unwin, pp327-342
    • c. “Can We Vote Ourselves Out of the Fix We Are In?” The Christian Century, 1 February 1933, 151-54.
  • 1934,
    • a. Capital, Time, and the Interest Rate, Economica, n.s. 1, n°3, August, pp257-286
    • b. “Profit.” In Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, vol. 12. New York: Macmillan, 1934.
    • c. “Risk.” In Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, vol. 13. New York: Macmillan, 1934.
    • d. “Supply.” In Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, vol. 14. New York: Macmillan, 1934.
    • e. “Taylor, Fred Manville.” In Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, vol. 14. New York: Macmillan, 1934.
    • f. Review of The Nature and Significance of Economic Science, by Lionel Robbins. International Journal of Ethics 44 (April 1934): 358-61.
    • g. “The Nature of Economic Science in Some Recent Discussion.” American Economic Review, Vol 24, n°2, June, pp225-238. [Review article on Prolegomena to Relativity Economics: An Elementary Study in the Mechanics and Organics of an Expanding Economic Universe, by Ralph William Souter.]
    • h. “Social Science and the Political Trend”, University of Toronto Quarterly, 3 (July): 407-27. Reprinted in Freedom & Reform
      • Repris en 1947, pp24-43
    • i. “The Common Sense of Political Economy (Wicksteed Reprinted)”, Journal of Political Economy, Vol 42, October, pp660-673
      • Repris In: History & Method, [Review article on The Common Sense of Political Economy and Selected Papers and Reviews on Economic Theory, by Philip H. Wicksteed, edited by Lionel Robbins.]
    • j. “The New Deal and Liberalism.” In Report of Midwest Conference on Industrial Relations, 35-44. School of Business, University of Chicago, 1934.
    • k. “Modern Thought: Is It Anti-Intellectual?” University of Chicago Magazine 27 (November 1934): 20 21, 23
    • l. The nature of economic science in recent discussion, American Economic Review 24, pp225-238
  • 1935,
    • a. "Professor Hayek and the Theory of Investment", Economic Journal, Vol 45, March, pp77-94
    • b. dir., The Ethics of Competition and Other Essays, New York: Augustus M. Kelley Inc. et New York: Harper & Bros.,
    • c. Bemerkungen über Nutzen und Kosten, Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie, 6 (1, 3): 28-52, 315-36
      • Traduction en anglais en 1936, Notes on Utility and Cost, Chicago: University of Chicago Press
    • d. The Ricardian Theory of Production and Distribution, Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science 1 (February, May): 3-25, 171-96
    • e. “Value and Price.” In Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, vol. 15. New York: Macmillan, 1935. Reprinted in The Ethics of Competition.
    • f. “Intellectual Confusion on Morals and Economics.” International Journal of Ethics 45 (January 1935): 200-20.
    • g. “Social Science and Social Action.” International Journal of Ethics 46 (October 1935): 1-33.
    • h. “The Theory of Investment Once More: Mr. Boulding and the Austrians”, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 50, November, pp36-67
    • i. “Barbara Wootton on Economic Planning.” Journal of Political Economy 43 (December 1935): 809-14. [Review article on Plan or No Plan, by Barbara Wootton.]
    • j. Economic theory and nationalism, In: Frank Knight, The Ethics of Competition and Other Essays. New York: Harper & Bros, pp277-359
    • k. "Comment", The Journal of Political Economy, 43(5), pp625-627
  • 1936,
    • a. The Place of Marginal Economics in a Collectivist System, American Economic Review, 26 (1), mars, pp255–266. Papers and proceedings of the Forty-Eighth Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association
    • b. The Quantity of Capital and the Rate of Interest I, Journal of Political Economy, Vol 44, August, pp433-463
    • c. The Quantity of Capital and the Rate of Interest II, Journal of Political Economy, Vol 44, October, pp612-642
    • d. “Pragmatism and Social Action”, International Journal of Ethics, 48 (January 1936): 229-36. Reprinted in Freedom & Reform. [Review article on Liberalism and Social Action, by John Dewey.]
      • Repris en 1947, In: Freedom and Reform, New York: Harper & Brothers, pp44-54
    • e. “Some Issues in the Economics of Stationary States.” American Economic Review 26 (September): 393-411. [Review article on The Economics of Stationary States, by A.C. Pigou.]
    • f. Commentaire du livre de Lionel Robbins, "An Essay on the Nature and Significance of Economic Science", seconde édition. The American Journal of Sociology 42(3): 425
  • 1937,
    • a. “Unemployment: And Mr. Keynes's Revolution in Economic Theory.” Canadian Journal of Economics & Political Science 3 (February 1937): 100-23. [Review article on The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money, by J.M. Keynes.]
    • b. “Note on Dr. Lange's Interest Theory.” Review of Economic Studies 4 (June 1937): 223-30.
    • c. “Economists on Economic Ethics.” International Journal of Ethics 48 (October 1937): 98-108. [Review article on Getting and Earning: A Study of Inequality, by Raymond T. Bye and Ralph H. Blodgett.]
  • 1938,
    • a. Commentaire du livre de Ludwig von Mises, Socialism, Journal of Political Economy” n. 46, apr.
    • b. “On the Theory of Capital: In Reply to Mr. Kaldor.” Econometrica 6 (January 1938): 63-82.
    • c. “Two Economists on Socialism.” Journal of Political Economy 46 (April 1938): 241-50. [Review article on Socialism versus Capitalism, by A.C. Pigou and The Economic System in a Socialist State, by R.L. Hall.]
    • d. “A Biologist Solves the Social Problem.” Ethics 48 (July 1938): 531-5. [Review article on The Retreat from Reason, by Lancelot T. Hogben.]
    • e. “Lippmann's The Good Society”, commentaire du livre de Walter Lippmann, "The Good Society", Journal of Political Economy, Vol 46, décembre, pp864-872
    • f. Commentaire du livre de Marian Bowley, "Nassau Senior and Classical Economics", Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol 33, n°204, Dec., pp759-760
  • 1939,
    • a. Ethics and Economic Reform I, The Ethics of Liberalism, Economica, New Series, Vol 6, n°21, Feb. pp1-29
      • Repris en 1947, In: Frank Knight, dir., Freedom and Reform, New York: Harper & Brothers, pp55-153
    • b. Ethics and Economic Reform II, Idealism and Marxism, Economica, New Series, Vol 6, n°21, August, pp296-321
      • Repris en 1947, In: Frank Knight, dir., Freedom and Reform, New York: Harper & Brothers, pp55-153
    • c. Ethics and Economic Reform III, Christianity, Economica, New Series, Vol 6, n°24, November, pp398-422
      • Repris en 1947, In: Frank Knight, dir., Freedom and Reform, New York: Harper & Brothers, pp55-153
    • d. “Theology and Education.” American Journal of Sociology 44 (March): 649-79. [Review article on The Case for Theology in the University, by William Adams Brown.]
    • e. “Bertrand Russell on Power.” Ethics 49 (April 1939): 253-85. [Review article on Power: A New Social Analysis, by Bertrand Russell.]
    • f. “Imperfect Competition.” Journal of Marketing, Vol 3, April, pp360-366
    • g. Ccommentaire du livre de Marian Bowley, "Nassau Senior and Classical Economics", Journal of Political Economy, Vol 47, n°1, Feb., pp131-135
  • 1940,
    • a. "Socialism: the Nature of the Problem", Ethics, vol 50, n°3, april, pp253-289
      • Repris en 1982, In: Freedom and Reform, Liberty Press, Indianapolis
    • b. What is Truth' in Economics, Journal of Political Economy, Vol. XLVIII No. 1, pp1-32
      • repris en 1956, In: On the History and Method of Economics, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp151-178
    • c. “Quantification: The Quest for Precision--Discussion.” In Eleven Twenty-Six: A Decade of Social Science Research, edited by L. Wirth, 167-70. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1940.
    • d. “Professor Parsons on Economic Motivation”, Canadian Journal of Economics & Political Science, Vol 6, n°3, Août, pp460-465
  • 1941,
    • a. Professor Mises and the Theory of Capital, Economica. (n.s.) 8: 409-27
    • b. “Social Science”, Ethics, 51 (January): 127-43
      • Repris en 1956, In: On the History & Method of Economics, pp121-134
    • c. “Anthropology and Economics.” Journal of Political Economy 49 (April): 247-68. Reprinted in Selected Essays, vol. 2. [Review article on The Economic Life of Primitive Peoples, by Melville J. Herskovits.]
    • d. “The Business Cycle, Interest, and Money: A Methodological Approach.” Review of Economic Statistics 23 (May): 53-67. Reprinted in On the History & Method of Economics.
    • e. “Religion and Ethics in Modern Civilization.” Journal of Liberal Religion 3 (Summer): 3-22. Reprinted in Freedom & Reform.
    • f. "The Meaning of Democracy: Its Politico-Economic Structure and Ideals." Journal of Negro Education 10 (July): 318-32. Reprinted in Freedom & Reform.
    • g. “The Meaning of Freedom.” Ethics 52 (October): 86-109. [Review article on Freedom: Its Meaning, edited by Ruth Nanda Anshen.]
    • h. “The Role of the Individual in the Economic World of the Future.” Journal of Political Economy 49 (December): 817-32
    • i. The significance and basic postulates of economic theory: a rejoinder, Journal of Political Economy 49: 750-753
  • 1942,
    • a. “Fact and Value in Social Science”, In: Ruth Anshen, dir., Science and Man, New York: Harcourt Brace, pp325-345
      • Repris en 1947, In: Freedom & Reform, pp268-292
    • b. “Some Notes on the Economic Interpretation of History.” In Studies in the History of Culture: The Disciplines of the Humanities, 217-31. Menasha, WI: George Banta Publishing, 1942. Reprinted in Freedom & Reform.
    • c. “The War and the Crisis of Individualism.” In Economic Problems of War and Its Aftermath, edited by Chester W. Wright, 141-65. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1942.
    • d. "Science, Philosophy, and Social Procedure." Ethics 52 (April 1942): 253-74. Reprinted in Freedom & Reform.
    • e. “Adler's A Dialectic of Morals.” Ethics 53 (October 1942): 56-63. [Review article on A Dialectic of Morals: Towards the Foundations of Political Philosophy, by Mortimer J. Adler.]
    • f. “Profit and Entrepreneurial Functions.” In The Tasks of Economic History (December 1942 Supplement to Journal of Economic History 2), 126-32.
    • g. “Institutionalism and Empiricism in Economics.” American Economic Review 42 (May 1942 Supplement): 45-55.
  • 1943,
    • a. “The Meaning of Freedom”, In: Charner M. Perry, dir., The Philosophy of American Democracy, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp59-86
    • b. “The Ideal of Freedom: Conditions for Its Realization.” In The Philosophy of American Democracy, edited by Charner M. Perry, 87-118. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1943.
    • c. “Social Causation”, American Journal of Sociology, 49, July, pp46-55
      • Repris en 1956, In: On the History & Method of Economics, pp135-150
  • 1944,
    • a. Diminishing Returns from Investment, The Journal of Political Economy, Vol 52, n°2, pp26-47
    • b. “The Rights of Man and Natural Law.” Ethics 54 (January 1944): 124-45. Reprinted in Freedom & Reform. [Review article on The Rights of Man and Natural Law, by Jacques Maritain.]
    • c. “Economics, Political Science, and Education.” American Economic Review 34 (March 1944 Supplement): 68-76. Reprinted in Freedom & Reform.
    • d. “Human Nature and World Democracy.” American Journal of Sociology 49 (Mars): 408-20. Reprinted in Freedom & Reform.
    • e. “Realism and Relevance in the Theory of Demand.” Journal of Political Economy 52 (Décembre): 289-318
  • 1945, avec Thornton W. Merriam, The Economic Order and Religion, New York: Harper & Bros
  • 1946,
    • a. The Sickness of Liberal Society, Ethics, 56 (Janvier), pp79-95
      • Repris en 1947, In: Freedom and Reform, New York: Harper & Brothers, pp440-478
    • b. “Capital and Interest”, In: Encyclopedia Britannica, 14th edition, vol. 4
    • c. "Immutable Law in Economics: Its Reality and Limitations", American Economic Review, May, 36 (2)
  • 1947,
    • a. Freedom and Reform, New York: Harper & Brothers
      • Nouvelle édition en 1982, Liberty Press, Indianapolis, IA
    • b. The Sickness of Liberal Society, In: Freedom and Reform: Essays in Economics and Social Philosophy, New York: Harper
    • c. “Individualism.” In Encyclopedia Britannica, 14th edition, vol. 12.
    • d. “The Future of Free Society.” In Our Emergent Civilization, edited by Ruth Nanda Anshen, 202-30. New York: Harper & Bros.
    • e. “Short Cuts to Justice and Happiness.” Ethics 57 (April): 199-205. [Review on The Liberal Tradition: A Study of the Social and Spiritual Conditions of Freedom, by William Aylott Orton.]
    • f. “Salvation by Science: The Gospel According to Professor Lundberg.” Journal of Political Economy 55 (December): 537-52. Reprinted in On the History & Method of Economics. [Review article on Can Science Save Us?, by George A. Lundberg.]
  • 1948
    • a. “Free Society: Its Basic Nature and Problem.” Philosophical Review 57 (January 1948): 39-58. Reprinted in On the History & Method of Economics.
    • b. “Professor Heimann on Religion and Economics.” Journal of Political Economy 56 (December 1948): 480-97. [Review article on Freedom and Order: Lessons from the War, by Eduard Heimann.]
  • 1949,
    • a. “Virtue and Knowledge: The View of Professor Polanyi”, Ethics, 59 (July): 271-284. [Review article on Science, Faith and Society and The Foundations of Academic Freedom, by Michael Polanyi).]
    • b. "Profit", In: W. Fellner et B. F. Haley, dir., "Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences" Vol 12,
      • Repris In: "Readings in the Theory of Income Distribution", Philadelphia: Blakiston
  • 1950,
    • a. Introduction de la traduction anglaise du livre de Carl Menger, Principles of Economics
      • Reprise de la réédition en 1971, Free Press of Glencoe, Ill
    • b. “Institutionalism”, In: Collier's Encyclopedia, vol. 10, 1950.
    • c. “The Determination of Just Wages.” In Twentieth Century Economic Thought, edited by Glenn E. Hoover, 467-511. New York: Philosophical Library, 1950.
    • d. “Comment on Professor Parsons' Article.” Journal of Farm Economics 32 (February 1950): 112-22.
  • 1951,
    • a. The Role of Principles in Economics and Politics, American Economic Review, Vol 4, n°1, mars, pp1-29
      • Repris en 1956, In: On the History and Method of Economics. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp251-271
    • b. The Economic Organization, New York: A.M. Kelley
    • c. Economics and Ethics of the Wage Problem.” In The Impact of the Union: Eight Economic Theorists Evaluate the Labor Union Movement, edited by David McCord Wright, 80-110. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1951.
    • d. “Economics.” In Encyclopedia Britannica, 14th edition, vol. 7, 1951. Reprinted in On the History & Method of Economics.
    • e. “Economics and Welfare.” Ethics 61 (April 1951): 219-24. [Review article on Theories of Welfare Economics, by Hla Myint.]
  • 1952,
    • a. Economic Freedom and Social Responsibility: An Essay in Economics and Ethics. Atlanta: Emory University
    • b. Institutionalism and Empiricism in Economics, American Economic Review, 42-2, pp45-55
  • 1953,
    • a. “Conflict of Values: Freedom and Justice.” In Goals of Economic Life, edited by Dudley Ward, 204-30. New York: Harper & Bros.
    • b. “Theory of Economic Policy and the History of Doctrine.” Ethics 63 (July 1953): 276-92. [Review article on The Theory of Economic Policy in English Classical Political Economy, by Lionel Robbins.]
    • c. “Professor Tawney: Essayist and Christian Socialist.” Journal of Political Economy 61 (October 1953): 406-12. [Review article on The Attack, by R.H. Tawney.]
  • 1955,
    • a. “Economic Objectives in a Changing World.” In Economics and Public Policy, by Arthur Smithies, Joseph J. Spengler, Frank H. Knight, John Jewkes, Jacob Viner, and Lionel Robbins, 49-80. Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution, 1955.
    • b. “Knowledge and Its Methods in the Social Sciences.” In The Unity of Knowledge, edited by Lewis Leary, 165-88. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1955.
    • c. “Economic Welfare in a Free Society--Discussion.” In National Policy for Economic Welfare at Home and Abroad, edited by Robert Lekachman, 334-41. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1955.
    • d. “Schumpeter's History of Economics.” Southern Economic Journal 21 (January 1955): 261-72. [Review article on The History of Economic Analysis, by Joseph A. Schumpeter.]
    • e. “Professor R.B. Perry on Value.” Journal of Political Economy 63 (April 1955): 162-73. [Review article on Realms of Value: A Critique of Civilization, by Ralph Barton Perry.]
  • 1956,
    • a. On the History and Methods of Economics, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL
    • b. “Science, Society, and the Modes of Law.” In The State of the Social Sciences, edited by Leonard D. White, 9-28. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1956.
    • c. “Value Theory for Economists.” American Economic Review 46 (March 1956): 142-50. [Review article on The Value Judgement, by W.D. Lamont and Théorie générale de la valeur, et ses applications en esthétique et en économie politique, by Maxime Glansdorff.]
    • d. “Structure and Operation of the Economic Order.” University of Arizona Bulletin 27 (April-- The Kennecott Lecture Series): 31-67. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1956.
  • 1957, “Intelligience and Social Policy.” Ethics 67 (Avril): 155-68.
  • 1958, “Authority and the Free Society.” In NOMOS I: Authority, edited by Carl J. Friedrich, 67-77. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
  • 1959, “Wages and Labor Union Action in the Light of Economic Analysis.” In The Public Stake in Union Power, edited by Philip D. Bradley, 21-45. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.
  • 1960,
    • a. Intelligence and Democratic Action, Cambridge: Harvard University Press
    • b. “Political Responsibility in a Democracy.” In NOMOS III: Responsibility, edited by Carl J. Friedrich, 171-88. New York: Liberal Arts Press.
    • c. “Social Economic Policy.” Canadian Journal of Economics & Political Science 26 (February): 19-34
    • d. Unemployment: And Mr. Keynes's Revolution in Economic Theory, In: Henry Hazlitt, dir., The Critics of Keynesian Economics, New Rochelle, NY: Arlington House, pp66-95
  • 1961, “Methodology in Economics.” Southern Economic Journal 27 (January and April 1961): 185-93, 273-82.
  • 1962,
    • a. “Philosophy and Social Institutions in the West.” In Philosophy and Culture: East and West, edited by Charles A. Moore, 549-68. Honolulu, Hawaii: University of Hawaii Press, 1962.
    • b. “Some Notes on Political Freedom and on a Famous Essay.” In NOMOS IV: Liberty, edited by Carl J. Friedrich, 110-18. New York: Atherton Press, 1962.
  • 1963, “On the Meaning of Justice.” In NOMOS VI: Justice, edited by Carl J. Friedrich, 1-23. New York: Atherton Press, 1963.
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Littérature secondaire

  • 1925,
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    • Repris en 1976, In: G. Bitros, dir., Selected Economie Writings of Fritz Machlup, New York University Press, New York
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  • 1973,
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      • Repris en 1981, In: Essays On and In the Chicago Tradition, Durham: Duke University Press, pp23-51
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  • 1977,
    • T. R. DeGregori, Ethics and Economic Inquiry: The Ayres-Knight Debate and the Problem of Economic Order, American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 36.1, pp41-50
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  • 1987,
    • Yoram Barzel, Knight's 'Moral Hazard' Theory of Organization, Economic Inquiry, 25.1: 117-20
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    • George Stigler, "Frank Hyneman Knight", In: John Eatwell, Murray Milgate et Peter Newman, dir., The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics, vol 3, New York: Stockton Press, pp55–59
  • 1988,
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  • 1990,
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  • 1991, J. D. Hammond, Frank Knight's Antipositivism, History of Political Economy, Vol. 23, n°3, Fall, pp359-381
  • 1992,
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  • 1993,
    • Nicolai J. Foss, More on Knight and the Theory of the Firm, Managerial and Decision Economics, Vol. 14, n°3, May - Jun., pp269-276
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  • 1994,
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  • 1996,
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  • 1997,
    • Richard Boyd, "Frank H Knight and Ethical Pluralism", Critical Review, Vol 11, n°4, pp519-536
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  • 1998,
    • William Breit et Roger L. Ransom, Frank Knight—Philosopher of the Counter-Revolution, In: The Academic Scribblers, Princeton: Princeton University Press
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  • 1999,
    • Ross B. Emmett, dir., Selected Essays by Frank H. Knight, vols. 1 et 2, Chicago: University of Chicago Press
    • Ross B. Emmett, The Economist and the Entrepreneur: Modern Impulses in Frank H. Knight’s Risk, Uncertainty, and Profit, History of Political Economy, Vol. 31, n°1, Spring, pp29-52
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  • 2001,
    • C. R. McCann Jr, The Ethical Domains of Probability and Uncertainty: Review Article. History of Economic Ideas, 9.2, pp133-139
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  • 2002,
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    • Peter Boettke et Karen Vaughn, Knight and the Austrians on Capital, and the Problem of Socialism, History of Political Economy, 34.1, pp155-176
    • Maria T. Brouwer, Weber, Schumpeter and Knight on entrepreneurship and economic development, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Volume 12, n°1-2, mars, pp83-105
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  • 2003,
    • P. F. Asso et L. Fiorito, Waging War against Mechanical Man: Frank Knight's Critique of Behavioristic Psychology, Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology 21-A, pp65-103
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    • A. J. Cohen, The Hayek/Knight Capital Controversy: The Irrelevance of Roundaboutness, or Purging Processes in Time?, History of Political Economy, Vol. 35, n°3 (Fall), pp469-90
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  • 2004,
    • Andrew Farrant, "Frank Knight, Worst-Case Theorizing, and Economic Planning: Socialism as Monopoly Politics", History of Political Economy 36(3), pp497-504
    • K. G. Nishimura et H. Ozaki, Search and Knightian Uncertainty, Journal of Economic Theory, 119.2, December, pp299-333
    • Florenz Plassmann, Frank Knight’s Proposal to End Distinctions among Factors of Production and His Objection to the Single Tax, History of Political Economy, Vol. 36, n°3, Fall, pp505-519
    • Florenz Plassmann et T. Nicolaus Tideman, Frank Knight's Proposal to End Distinctions among Factors of Production and His Objection to the Single Tax, History of Political Economy 36(3): 505-519
    • W. D. Reekie, Interpreting Caritas: Did Frank Knight and Ludwig Von Mises Get It Wrong?, Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, 7.2, Summer, pp47-69
    • Fu-Lai Tony Yu, "Frank H. Knight's thought revisited: Subjectivism, interpretation and social economics." International Journal of Social Economics 31, pp.655-666
    • Tideman, T.N. and F. Plassmann, “Knight: Nemesis from the Chicago School.” American Journal of Economics & Sociology 63.2 (April Special Edition): 381-409. [Henry George]
  • 2005,
    • Peter Boettke et Christopher J. Coyne, "Frank H. Knight (1885-1972)", In: Dan Krier et Jean Van Delinder, dir., "Dictionary of Modern American Philosophers", Thoemmes Press, pp1322-1325
    • R. Franz, Knight on Intuition, Risk, and Uncertainty, In: Two minds: Intuition and analysis in the history of economic thought, New York: Springer
    • Ramakrishna Velamuri, “Why Stakeholder and Stockholder Theories are Not Necessarily Contradictory: A Knightian Insight”, Journal of Business Ethics, 61(3), pp249-262
  • 2006,
    • A. J. Cohen, The Kaldor/Knight Controversy: Is Capital a Distinct and Quantifiable Factor of Production?, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 13(1), March: 141-161
    • Ross B. Emmett, Frank H. Knight, Max Weber, Chicago Economics, and Institutionalism, Max Weber Studies, Weber and Economics: Beiheft 1, pp101-119
    • Ross B. Emmett, De Gustibus Est Disputandum: Frank H. Knight's Response to George Stigler and Gary Becker's ‘De Gustibus Non Est Disputandum’, Journal of Economic Methodology, 13.1 (March), pp97-111
    • D. W. Hands, "Frank Knight and pragmatism", European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol 13, pp571-605
  • 2007,
    • Ross B. Emmett, Knight’s Challenge (to Hayek): Spontaneous Order is Not Enough for Governing a Liberal Society. In: Peter McNamara et Louis Hunt, dir., Liberalism, Conservatism and Hayek's Idea of Spontaneous Order, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp67-86
    • A. Pacella, Frank Knight and John Maynard Keynes on Uncertainty, Limited Rationality and Institutional Economics, Storia del Pensiero Economico, new series, 4.1, pp69-95
  • 2009,
    • Ross B. Emmett, Frank Knight & the Chicago School in American Economics, Routledge (Studies in the History of Economics)
    • Ross B. Emmett, "Realism and relevance in the economics of a free society: the Knight–Hutchison debate", Journal of Economic Methodology, Vol 16, n°3, pp341–350
  • 2010, Geoffrey T. F. Brooke, "Uncertainty, profit and Entrepreneurial Action: Frank Knight's Contribution reconsidered", Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol 32, n°2, pp221-235
  • 2011, Ross B. Emmett, "Discussion and the evolution of institutions in a liberal democracy : Frank Knight joins the debate", In: Andrew Farrant, dir., "Hayek, Mill and the Liberal Tradition", Routledge Studies in the History of Economics, London et New York: Routledge, pp57-77

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