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The Austrian Economics Research Conference (formerly the Austrian Scholars Conference) is the international, interdisciplinary meeting of the Austrian School, bringing together leading scholars doing research in this vibrant and influential intellectual tradition. The conference is hosted by the Ludwig von Mises Institute at its campus in Auburn, Alabama.

The conference is directed by Joseph Salerno, Professor of Economics at Pace University and Academic Vice President of the Mises Institute.

The field of Austrian economics has grown dramatically since the first annual Austrian Scholars Conference in 1996. To recognize the increasing importance of Austrian economics research, not only within the university but also in research institutes and among business professionals, the Mises Institute has renamed its annual academic conference the Austrian Economics Research Conference. The aim is to focus more closely on the research tradition of Menger, Boehm-Bawerk, Mises, Hayek and Rothbard in economic theory, economic history, and political economy.

Proposals for individual papers, complete paper sessions or symposia, and interactive workshops are encouraged. Papers should be well developed, but at a stage where they can still benefit from the group's discussion. Preference will be given to recent papers that have not been presented at major conferences. All topics related to Austrian economics, broadly conceived, and related social-science disciplines and business disciplines such as management, strategy, and entrepreneurship are appropriate for the conference. Proposals from junior faculty and PhD students are especially encouraged.



 

Besides paper sessions and symposia, the conference includes five named keynote lecturers and the awarding of the Lawrence W. Fertig Prize in Austrian Economics, and the O.P. Alford III Prize in Libertarian Scholarship.

Unable to attend? MisesTV will be broadcasting the Named Lectures live.

 

 

Registration

Register here. For Faculty, the registration fee is $285. The registration fee for Member Observers is $395 per person ($695 per couple), or $475 per person for Non-Members. Become a Member for $50 and register today at the Member price. (Call 800-636-4737 to check if your Membership is current.) Registration covers all sessions, three buffet dinners, coffee breaks, and daily shuttles between AU Hotel and the Institute.

For qualified full-time students, the registration fee to attend all sessions and dinners is waived (complete this application form and save as pdf. Email saved pdf to scholarships@mises.org with copy of student ID). Student scholarships do not include accommodations.

There is a non-refundable registration processing fee of $25 for cancellations of paid registrations. Contact Patricia Barnett with questions.

 

Accommodations

A limited number of hotel rooms at Auburn University Hotel are still available. Phone 1-800-228-2876 or 334-821-8200 before February 28. Be sure to mention Austrian Economics Research Conference of the Mises Institute for the special rate of $114 plus tax (for single or double room).

 


Featured
Speakers



The Dr. Don Printz Mises Lecture

Dominick Armentano

Myths of Antitrust: Speak Truth to Power



Hazlitt Lecture

Robert Wenzel
EconomicPolicyJournal.com

An Examination of Key Factors in the Collapse of the Soviet Union


The Toby Baxendale Hayek Lecture

Nikolay Gertchev
European Commission, Brussels

International Financial Assistance in a Multi-Currency World




The Helio Beltrão Rothbard Lecture

Brendan Brown
Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International

The Global Curse of the Federal Reserve: How Its Monetary Virus Stimulates Destructive Waves of Irrational Exuberance and Depression



Lou Church Memorial Lecture

Gary North
GaryNorth.com

How Come We're So Rich?

 

Schedule

See the preliminary schedule here.

 

 

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