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Summer Seminar Series

Mises Summer Seminar Series

July 20, 2017Auburn, Alabama

Tags Money and Banking

Join us at the Mises Institute on Thursdays for a free "Summer Seminar" presented by Mises Fellows. All times are CDT.

June 29

10:00-10:45 Rania Al-Bawwab "A Self-Enforcing Monetary Constitution: The Zecca Mint of Medieval and Renaissance Venice"

10:45-11:30 James Ruhland "The Dynamics of Trade Openness and Domestic Economic Regulation"

July 6

10:00-10:45 Gayle Brekke "Direct Primary Care: Good for What Ails Us"

10:45-11:30 Chris Calton "American Proudhon"

July 13

10:00-10:45 Karl-Friedrich Israel "Monetary Theory and Policy"

10:45-11:30 George Pickering "Competing Views on the Origin of Money Since Menger: Can Austrians learn anything from the State and Credit Theories?"

July 18 (Tuesday)

10:00-10:45 Kristoffer Hansen "The Menger-Mises Theory of Money — Economic Law or Historical Conjecture? A Comment on Dr. North's 'The Regression Theory as Conjectural History'"

10:45-11:30 James Ruhland "The Dynamics of Trade Openness and Domestic Economic Regulation"

July 20

10:00-10:30 Joakim Book "British and American Deflation during late the 19th Century"

10:30-11:00 Blaine Conzatti "An Austrian Analysis of John Witherspoon's Economic Thought"

11:00-11:30 Olga Peniaz "The Austrian Business Cycle Theory from the Perspective of Empirical Research"

Lectures will be presented in Condon Hall. Driving directions are here.

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