British Museum, Great Russell Street, London
5th – 6th October 2013
Guest Lecturers: Juan Rallo; Rudy Fritsch;
Peter Van Coppenolle and Sandeep Jaitly
Post-Mises Austrian economics has ceased to be a fund of ideas to criticize and correct the mainstream, or to draw up the blueprint for the new economic order following the collapse of the present global experiment with irredeemable currency. The reason is that it deviated from or abandoned the philosophy and methodology of its founder, Carl Menger (1840-1921). This series consists of two days of four hourly lectures, separated by morning and afternoon refreshment and question periods.
THE DIFFERENTIATION OF THE MENGERIAN AUSTRIAN TRADITION FROM THE LATER THE ORIGIN OF MONEY AND CURRENCY THE SYNTHESIS OF TIME PREFERENCE AND PRODUCTIVITY SCHOOLS OF INTEREST THE EVOLUTION OF OUR CURRENT MONETARY SYSTEM
…shall all be covered.
Cost: €240. Spaces strictly limited.
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