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Norman Barry

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Norman Barry
Sociologue

Dates ( 1944-2008)
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Origine Royaume-Uni Royaume-Uni
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Norman P. Barry , né en juin 1944, était Professeur de Science Politique à l'Université de Buckingham. Libéral et scientifique, il fait partie du bureau éditorial du Journal of Libertarian Studies. Il est décédé en octobre 2008 à 64 ans.


Publications

De 1976 à 1979

  • 1976,
    • a. Hayek's social philosophy. Bankers' Magazine
    • b. A political economy of housing. CBI Review
  • 1977, Milton Friedman's free market politics I. Cambridge Review
  • 1978,
    • a. Milton Friedman's free market politics II. Cambridge Review
    • b. Labour and the constitution. Contemporary Review
    • c. The paradox of liberty. Crossbow
  • 1979,
    • a. Hayek’s social and economic philosophy, Londres, MacMillan
      • Extraits traduits en français en 1981, La théorie monétaire des économistes autrichiens, Problèmes économiques, n°1746, Paris, La documentation francaise, 4nov., pp22-28
      • Traduction en japonais en 1984
    • b. Milton Friedman and liberty. New Humanist

De 1980 à 1989

  • 1980, A defence of Liberalism against politics, Indian Journal of Political Science
  • 1981,
    • a. Austrian Economists on Money and Society, National Westminster Bank Quarterly Review (May), pp20-31
    • b. An introduction to modern political theory. Macmillan
      • Réimpression en 1982
      • Réimpression en 1983
      • Réimpression en 1985
      • Réimpression en 1987
      • Seconde édition, révisée et élargie en 1989, New York, St. Martin's Press
      • Troisième édition révisée et élargie en 1995
      • Quatrième édition en 2000, Basingstoke: Macmillan
    • c. Restating the liberal order, In: G. Locksley et J. Shackleton, dir., Twelve contemporary economists, Macmillan
  • 1983,
    • a. The Political Economy of Higher Education: An 'Austrian' Analysis, Economic Affairs, vol 3, n°4, pp235-241
    • b. Essays on H.L.A. Hart, R. Dworkin, I. Berlin and L.C. Robbins, In: J. Devine, dir., Thinkers of the Twentieth Century
    • c. The new Liberalism, British Journal of Political Science, vol 13, pp93-123
    • d. The welfare state and welfarism. New Humanist
  • 1984,
    • a. The ‘Austrian’ Perspective, In: David K. Whynes, Dir., What Is Political Economy? Eight Perspectives, New York, Blackwell, 33-58
    • b. avec J. Burton et al., Dir., Hayek’s ‘Serfdom’ Revisited: Essays by Economists, Philosophers and Political Scientists on ‘The Road to Serfdom After 40 Years. Institute for Economic Affairs. Hobart paperback
    • c. Austrian Challenge to Orthodoxy, Economic Affairs, Vol 4, n°3, pp57-61
    • d. Hayek on Liberty, In: Z. Pelczinski et John Gray, dir., Conceptions of liberty in political philosophy, Ch 12, London: Athlone, pp263-288
    • e. "Ideas versus interests: the classical liberal dilemma", In: Arthur Seldon, dir., "Hayek's `Serfdom' Revisited", The Institute of Economic Affairs, London, pp43-64
    • f. "Is there a road to serfdom?", Government and Opposition, 19(1), pp52–67
    • g. "Unanimity, Agreement, and Liberalism. A Critique of James Buchanan’s Social Philosophy", Political Theory, Vol 12, n°4, pp579-596
    • h. The economics and philosophy of Socialism. Il Politico
  • 1985,
    • a. No just distribution of property rights. Economic Affairs
    • b. Pensions explosion after 1999. Economic Affairs
    • c. In defence of the invisible hand, Cato Journal, Vol 5, n°1, spring/summer
    • d. The State, pensions and the philosophy of welfare, Journal of Social Policy, vol 3, pp468-490
  • 1986,
    • a. avec Alan T. Peacock, The political economy of pension provision, David Hume Institute
    • b. James Buchanan: Nobel prize for economic science. Times Higher Education Supplement
    • c. The concept of nature in Liberal political thought, Journal of Libertarian Studies
    • d. Commentaire du livre de John Gray, Hayek on Liberty, History of Political Thought
    • e. Commentaire du livre de Gordon Tullock, Economics of Wealth and Poverty, Economic Journal
    • f. Market Morality, Times Higher Education Supplement
    • g. Commentaire du livre de R. Scruton, Sexual Desire: A Philosophical Investigation, Journal of Applied Philosophy
    • h. Collective Action and Individual Choice, Times Higher Education Supplement
  • 1987,
    • a. On Classical Liberalism and Libertarianism, New York: St. Martin's Press
      • Traduction en japonais en 1992
      • Traduction en italien en 1993, Del liberalismo classico e del libertarianismo, Elidir, Roma
    • b. The new Right. London: Croom Helm
      • Traduction en turc en 1989
    • c. Understanding the Market, In: M. Loney, dir., The Market or the state, Sage
    • d. Whither classical liberalism? Economic Affairs
    • e. A celebration of Hayek. Economic Affairs
    • f. Conservatism and liberalism: an uneasy alliance. Dialogue
    • g. Commentaire du livre de D. Harris, Justifying State Welfare, Times Higher Education Supplement
    • h. Commentaire du livre de Charles K. Rowley et al., Debt, Times Higher Education Supplement
    • i. Commentaire du livre de D. Harris, Defending State Welfare, Times Higher Education Supplement
    • j. "Robert Nozick and the Minimal State", In: Norman Barry, dir., "On Classical Liberalism and Libertarianism", New York: St. Martin's Press, pp132-160
  • 1988,
    • a. The invisible hand in economics and politics, London: Institute of Economic Affairs
    • b. Classical Theory of Law, Cornell Law Review
    • c. Classical Liberalism and public policy, Il Politico
    • d. Righting Britain's constitution. CIS Policy Report
    • e. An individualist's perspective on marriage and the family, CIS Policy Report
    • f. Mrs Thatcher's third term, CIS Policy Report
    • g. Business ethics, Business Studies
    • h. Commentaire du livre de D. Lloyd Thomas, In Defence of Liberalism, Times Higher Education Supplement
  • 1989,
    • a. The Liberal Constitution: Rational Design or Evolution?, Critical Review, Vol 3, pp267–82
    • b. Political and Economic Thought of German Neo-Liberals, In: Alan Peacock et Hans Willgerodt, dir., German Neo-Liberals and the Social Market Economy, Basingstoke: Macmillan, pp105-124
    • c. The crisis in law centre for independent studies, Sydney
    • d. Ideas and interests: the problem reconsidered, In: Andrew Gamble, dir., Ideas, interests and consequences, London: Institute of Economic Affairs
    • e. Hayek, In: Waterstone's Social Sciences Catalogue
    • f. The philosophy of welfare. Biblioteca della Libertà
    • g. Varieties of Liberalism. Government and Opposition
    • h. The State and legitimacy, Philosophy Supplementary Volume
    • i. Are there any welfare rights?, Policy
    • j. Commentaire du livre de A. Phelps-Brown, The Generation of Inequality, Times Higher Education Supplement

De 1990 à 1999

  • 1990,
    • a. Welfare, Open University Press
      • Seconde édition en 1999
      • Traduction en roumain en 1998
      • Traduction en chinois en 1999
        • Nouvelle édition en 2006
    • b. avec R. Plant, Citizenship and rights in Thatcher's Britain, London: Institute of Economic Affairs
    • c. Ideology, In: A. Gamble, dir., Developments in British politics 3, Macmillan
    • d. "Adam Smith and the Ethics of Capitalism", In: Nicholas Elliott, dir., "Adam Smith's Legacy. His thought in our time", Londres: Adam Smith Institute, ISBN 1870109848, pp121-134
    • e. The philosophy of the welfare state. Critical Review
    • f. “The liberal constitution: rational design or evolution?”, Critical Review, Vol 3, pp267-282
  • 1991,
    • a. Introduction, In: Sudha Shenoy, dir., Economic Freedom, the Institute of masters of modern economics series, London, Basil Blackwell. ppvii-xii
    • b. The morality of business enterprise, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press
      • Traduction en suédois en 1994
    • c. Ideas versus interests: the problem revisited, In: A. Gamble, Ideas versus interests, London: Institute of Economic Affairs
    • d. Austrian economics: a dissent from orthodoxy, In: D. Greenaway, M. Bleaney et I. Stuart, dir., A companion to contemporary economic thought, London: Routledge
  • 1992,
    • a. "Subjectivism, catallactics and the foundations of economic order", In: J. Lee Auspitz, dir., Praxiologies and the philosophy of economics, New Brunswick: Transaction Books
    • b. Liberty and welfare, Politics
    • c. Commentaire du livre de W. Rees Mogg et J. Dale Davidson, The Great Reckoning, Times Literary Supplement
    • d. "The Social Market Economy", Social Philosophy, vol 10
  • 1993,
    • a. The Corporation: An Individualist’s Perspective, Journal des économistes et des études humaines: A Bilingual Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, Vol 4, (2/3), pp339-358
    • b. The new Right and provision for the elderly, In: N. Ashford et G. Jordan, dir., Public policy and the new Right, London: Pinter
  • 1995,
    • a. Theory of Social order, Il Politico, 60, pp557-581
    • b. What moral constraints for business? In: Samuel Brittan et A. Hamlin, dir., Market capitalism and moral values, Aldershot: Elgar
    • c. Hume, Smith and Rousseau and Liberty, In: R. Wokler, dir., Rousseau on liberty, Manchester: Manchester University Press
    • d. Friedman, In: V. George et R. Page, dir., Modern thinkers on welfare, London: Prentice Hall
    • e. "Rothbard: liberty, economy and state", Journal des économistes et des études humaines, March, Vol 6, n°1, pp105-119
  • 1996,
    • a. Classical liberalism in the age of Post-Communism. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
    • b. Insider dealing, London: Foundation for Business Responsibilities
    • c. Liberalism, In: A. et J. Kuper, dir., The social science encyclopedia, London: Routledge
    • d. Herbert Hart: the concept of law, In: M. Forsyth et M. Keens-Soper, dir., The political classics, London: Oxford University Press
    • e. Economic liberalism, ethics and the social market, In: John Meadowcroft, dir., The liberal tradition: contemporary reappraisals, Aldershot: Elgar
    • f. Justice and liberty in marriage and divorce, In: R. Whelan, dir., Just a piece of paper, London: Institute of Economic Affairs
    • g. Rational barbarians: innovators of the corporate world, In: N. Kuenssberg et G. Lomas, dir., The David Hume Institute: the first decade, Edinburgh: the David Hume Institute
    • h. "Murray Rothbard: the unended quest for liberty", Policy Magazine, Autumn, pp37-42
    • i. Hayek's theory of social order, Il Politico
    • j. Commentaire du livre de Samuel Brittan, Capitalism with a Human Face. Economic Affairs
    • k. Commentaire du livre de F. Fukuyama, Trust, Economic Affairs
  • 1997,
    • a. Commentaire du livre de Steve Fleetwood, Hayek’s Political Economy: The Socio-Economics of Order, London Routledge, The Independent Review, Volume 2, Number 2, Fall
    • b. Business, ethics and the market economy, Wellington: New Zealand Business Roundtable
    • c. The market, religion morality and the State, In: Mustafa Erdogan, dir., Liberal dusunce toplulugu, Ankara
    • d. Welfare policies, In: R. Chadwick, dir., Encyclopedia of applied ethics, San Diego: Academic Press
    • e. The political economy of Edmund Burke, In: I. Crowe, dir., Edmund Burke: his life and legacy, Dublin: Four Courts
    • f. Hayek's research programme, Economic Affairs
    • g. "Conservative thought and the welfare state", Political Studies, Political Studies, vol 45, pp342-345
    • h. Capitalism and Postcommunism, The Locke Luminary
    • i. Commentaire du livre de M. Griffiths et J. Lucas, Ethical Economics ('Whose Money is It'?), Times Literary Supplement, June 20th
  • 1998,
    • a. Business Ethics. London: Macmillan
    • b. Limited government, individual liberty and the rule of law (selected works of Arthur Shenfield). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
    • c. Charles Taylor on Multiculturalism and the Politics of Recognition, In: G. Carey et B. Frohnen, dir., Community and tradition, New York: Rowman and Littlefield
    • d. Economism, civil society and welfare, In: M. James, dir., Exploring civil society, Wellington: New Zealand Business Roundtable
    • e. Government and business ethics, In: I. Jones et M. Pollit, dir., The role of business ethics in economic performance, London: Macmillan
    • f. Epstein's profound simplicity, Constitutional Political Economy
    • g. Capitalism after the fall of communism, Politics
  • 1999,
    • a. Anglo-American Capitalism and the Ethics of Business, Wellington: New Zealand Business Roundtable
    • b. Birey, Cemaat, Piyasa. Ankara: Liberte Yayinlari
    • c. Respectable trade forthcoming. Adam Smith Institute
    • d. Neoclassicism, the new Right and British social welfare, In: R. Page et R. Silburn, dir., British social welfare in the Twentieth Century, London: Macmillan
    • e. Business ethics, communitarianism and the social market: new challenges to capitalism, In: R. Piekarski, dir., Cnoty Polityczne- dawnie i obcenie. Gdansk
    • f. Hayek's theory of law, Journal des Economistes et des Études Humaine
    • g. There's no Philadephia in Europe, The Freeman, February
    • h. Shakespeare in love, Absolute Marbella, March
    • i. Freedom and morality in the plays of Tom Stoppard, The Freeman, August
    • j. Germany and the third way, The Freeman, November
    • k. Commentaire du livre de Samuel Brittan, Essays: Moral, Political and Economic, Economic Affairs

De 2000 à 2010

  • 2004,
    • a. Political Morality as Convention, Social Philosophy and Policy, vol 21, n°1, pp266–292
    • b. "The European Constitution: A Requiem? The Constitution-Makers Are Unlikely to Succeed", The Freeman, Octobre, Vol 54, n°8
    • c. The rationale of the minimal state, In: A. Gamble & T. Wright, dir., Restating the State? (Political Quarterly Special Issue) Oxford: Blackwell, pp11-23
    • d. Property rights in common and civil law, In: Enrico Colombatto, dir., The Elgar companion to the economics of property rights, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, ch.8
    • e. Constitutionalism, Federalism and the European Union, Economic Affairs, March, pp5–10
    • f. Estonia Moves to Liberty, The Freeman, May, Vol 54, n°5
    • g. The hidden menace of morality. Salisbury Review, Spring
    • h. Constitutionalism, federalism and the European Union. Economic Affairs, 24(1), March, pp11-16
    • i. Constitutional deliberations over Europe, Economic Affairs, 24(1), March, pp2-4
    • j. 21C inc: the limited liability corporation in the twenty-first century, Business Strategy Review, 15(4), December, pp52-56
  • 2014, avec Roger Garrison, dir., "Elgar Companion to Hayekian Economics", Edward Elgar, ISBN 9780857931108 ISBN 0857931105

Littérature secondaire

  • 1982, Russell Hardin, commentaire du livre de Norman P. Barry, "Hayek's Social and Economic Philosophy", Ethics, Vol 92, n°2, Jan., pp364-365
  • 2009, Michael James, dir., Classical Liberalism in the 21st Century: Essays in Honour of Norman P. Barry, University of Buckingham Press
  • 2014, Martin Ricketts, "Tribute to Norman Barry", In: Norman Barry et Roger Garrison, dir., "Elgar Companion to Hayekian Economics", Edward Elgar, ISBN 9780857931108 ISBN 0857931105

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