Prague Conference on Political Economy
New Perspectives in Austrian Economics and Political Economy of Freedom
April 22 - 24, 2005
Prague Conference on Political Economy is an international and interdisciplinary gathering of scholars and supporters of the Austrian School of Economics and political economy of freedom.
During three days of the conference, participants will have an opportunity to participate in lectures and debates focusing on economics, history, philosophy and other humanities, and to discuss these issues with leading theorists in the field, both from Europe and overseas.
This conference is an attempt to resurrect the tradition of Austrian economics- and liberty-oriented thinking that thrived in central Europe at the beginning of the 20th century, but sadly disappeared thereafter. By establishing an annual forum for scholars and students to meet and exchange ideas it is hoped to build a solid institutional basis for the advancement of the Austrian research program.
The Conference is taking place in Prague, the capital of Czech Republic. All lectures and proceedings are held at the University of Economics in Prague and at the Liberální institut.
As organizers of this conference, we believe that this event may mark a beginning of a new and valuable tradition of European scholarship. We will do our best in order to succeed in this challenging task. We hope you will help us by taking part in it! There are few places better suited for advancing the Austrian economics than Prague. Come and enjoy!
doc. Josef Sima, Ph.D., Chairman of Economic Policy Department, Editorial Director at the Liberalni Institut, president of PCPE (e-mail address provided below)
Simon Bilo, director of PCPE (email@example.com)
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