Workshop in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics

The workshop will be held in the Ludwig von Mises Room, D100, Mason Hall from 2:00pm-3:30pm unless otherwise noted.

 

 

DATE

PRESENTER

TOPIC


 

 

 

Thursday,
January 26


Mason Hall: D180

 Aurelian Craiutu Political Science
Indiana University Bloomington

Discussants:

Joshua Cherniss
Government
Georgetown University

Karol Soltan
Government & Politics
University of Maryland, College Park

 





Book Panel:

Faces of Moderation: The Art of Balance in an Age of Extremes

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Thursday,
February 2

 


Michael Douma
History
Georgetown University



What is Classical Liberal History



Thursday,
February 9

 
Jonathan Klick
Law
University of Pennsylvania



The Value of the Right to Exclude: An Empirical Assessment


Thursday,
February 16

 

 Jesus Fernandez-Villaverde
Economics
University of Pennsylvania



Global Economic History: A Proposal for a New Textbook


Thursday,
February 23

Alex Salter
Economics
Texas Tech University


Political Property Rights in Medieval Representative Assemblies

Thursday, March 2


NO PPE


NO PPE


Thursday,
March 9

Alain Marciano
Economics
Université de Montpellier


The Making of a Constitutionalist: James Buchanan on Education

Thursday,
March 16

NO PPE; SPRING BREAK


NO PPE; SPRING BREAK

Thursday, March 23


NO PPE


NO PPE

Wednesday, March 29

Center for the Arts, Concert Hall Grand Tier III

4:00pm-5:30pm

 




Chandran Kukathas
Political Theory
London School of Economics




Hayek Speaker Series:

“Immigration and Freedom”

Thursday,
March 30

Magnus Henrekson
Economics
Research Institute of Industrial Economics


Entrepreneurship and Institutions: A Bidirectional Relationship


Thursday,
April 6

Ilia Murtazashvili
Political Science
University of Pittsburgh


Public Sector Governance and the Origins of Private Property Rights

Thursday,
April 13

NO PPE; APEE

NO PPE; APEE

Thursday,
April 20

John Dove
Economics
Troy University


It’s Easier to Contract than to Pay: Judicial Independence and U.S. Municipal Default in the 19th Century

Thursday,
April 27

Beatrice Cherrier
History
University of Caen

Economists’ interest in collective decision after World War II: a history

 

Thursday,
May 4


Mason Hall: D180

David Levy
Economics
George Mason University

Sandra Peart
Economics
University of Richmond

Discussants:

Roger Congleton
Economics
West Virginia University

Roger Koppl
Economics & Finance
Syracuse University

Book Panel:

Escape from Democracy: The Role of Experts & the Public in Economic Policy

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