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IES-Europe Summer University
Dienstag-Sonntag, 5.-10. Juli 2016
For thirty two years Aix-en-Provence, with the Summer University of the New Economics, has been the «rendez-vous» of outstanding faculty and participants coming from around the globe - all sharing a strong interest for classical liberal ideas. This year IES-Europe will bring back the spirit of these meetings to life and invite people from all over Europe and beyond to join distinguished speakers from the fields of economics, philosophy, history, and law, for what will be IES-Europe first edition of an open summer seminar that will mix intellectual stimulation with friendship in a sunny and convivial atmosphere. In a time of political turbulence and the rise of extreme ideologies in the world, this event is a perfect place to discuss in detail the visions for the future of Europe that are being proposed by Brussels and national governments; and to better articulate an alternative vision based on liberty.
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IES Summer University
Mont Pèlerin Society General Meeting
Sonntag bis Freitag, 18.-23. September 2016
This General Meeting, taking place in the United States for the first time in more than a decade and less than two months before a pivotal presidential election, will be an opportune time for a vigorous debate of several subjects within the overall theme, “The Battle for Freedom: Where We Stand, Roads for Progress”. The program, which is being developed by the economist Allan Meltzer as chair of our Program Committee, will adhere to the Society's time-tested traditions of high-level debate, and attract young scholars to fuel our cause with new energy. Plenary sessions will focus on key battlefields in the war of ideas with the goal of developing better empirical knowledge on where we stand today, and better strategies for charting a course for progress. Topics include economic freedom, the rule of law, the moral foundations of a free society, history and liberty, redistributive factions and the welfare state, government spending, the battle for the free society in the academy and in the world of think tanks, and the security of the free society.
MPS Miami 2016