“A Contemporary View of the Austrian School of Economics”
Dates: October 19th – 24th / 2014
Venue: Friedrich A. von Hayek Institut – Vienna – Austria
Working Language: English
• History and European Economics • Austrian Economics Philosophy • Economics Related to Austrian Economics • International Economics • The Denationalization of Money
Hardy Bouillion is the head of Academic Affairs at the Centre for the New Europe, Brussels, and Stand-In-Professor at the University Duisburg-Essen, and recently has been engaged in academic work at the University of Trier. His guest professorships took him to Prague, Salzburg, Vienna and Zagreb. Professor Bouillon is a member of the Mont Pelerin Society, and is cooperating with the Hayek Institut, Vienna.
Barbara Kolm is President of the Friedrich A. v. Hayek Institute in Vienna, Austria and Director of the Austrian Economics Center. Being a worldwide networker she uses these abilities to promote free market policies; in addition she is a frequent speaker on public policy related issues, especially on deregulation and competition topics, the Future of Europe and Austrian Economics. Barbara Kolm is an Associate Professor of Austrian Economics at the University of Donja Gorica, Montenegro and a member of the Board of Business Consultants of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber and a Member of the Mont Pélerin Society. She is President of the European Center for Economic Growth.
Eduardo Mayora holds a Master and Ph.D. in Pluralist, Public and Private Law from the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona (Spain), a Ph.D. in Law from Universidad Francisco Marroquín (Guatemala), a Master of Law from Georgetown University (USA), Diplomas in “Economic Analysis” and “Economic Foundations”, both from Universidad Francisco Marroquín (Guatemala). He is an Attorney at Law and Notary Public from Universidad Rafael Landívar (Guatemala). At present, he is a Professor of Administrative and Constitutional Law in the Master in Constitutional Law (Universidad Rafael Landívar, Guatemala) and Director of the Seminar on Law and Economics for the program of Doctor of Jurisprudence (Francisco Marroquín University, Guatemala).
Michael Wohlgemuth is an economist and Director of Open Europe Berlin. He is also Professor of Political Economy at the University of Witten/Herdecke. Wohlgemuth has been Professor of International Governance at the University in Bayreuth, Managing Research Associate at the Walter Eucken Institut (Freiburg), lecturer at the Universities of Freiburg, Erfurt, Friedrichshafen, and Witten/Herdecke, Research Fellow at the Max-Planck-Institute for Economics in Jena, Affiliate Assistant Professor at George Mason University and New York University and “Friedrich August von Hayek-Professor” at the University of Innsbruck. Main Research areas and publications in the fields of New Institutional Economics, Austrian Economics, Public Choice Theory, and the History of Ideas. Policy recommendations mainly in the field of European integration.
Richard Zundritsch holds a Masters and PhD in Law from the University of Vienna. He is an Independent Financial Advisor based in Switzerland and specializes in Capital Markets, Wealth Management, Succession Planning and Venture Capital. Before founding his company he worked in International Corporate Finance for a number of global banks. Dr. Zundritsch is also a long-standing board member of the Austrian Economics Center and the Hayek Institut.
Registration Deadline: August 30th
For further information, enrolment fees and registration please contact: email@example.com
The views expressed on austriancenter.com are not necessarily those of the Austrian Economics Center.
Do you like the article?
We are glad you do! Please consider donating if you want to read more articles like this one.
Warning: Undefined array key "visual_appearance" in /austriancenter.com/subdomains/www/html/wp-content/plugins/give/src/Views/Form/Templates/Classic/Classic.php on line 203
The AEC’s fundamental goal is to promote a free, responsible and prosperous society. Through education and improving public understanding of key economic questions, the AEC promotes the idea of a free market economy and the ideal of a free society.