MPS 2020, Hoover Institute: Papers

Gracias al Hoover Institute y el Presidente de la Mont Pelerin Society, John B. Taylor, los papers presentados en la Special Meeting a principios de año se encuentran disponibles y de libre acceso. El libro digital contiene un total de 41 capítulos (ponencias).

Acceso a las ponencias en este link.

Información sobre la 2020 General Meeting en Oslo en este link.

MPS Oslo

La próxima Reunión General de la Mont Pelerin Society tendrá lugar en Oslo, Noruega, organizada por la fundación Civita. La temás de MPS Oslo es “Instituciones Liberales y el Orden Internacional: Renovando la Infraestructura de la Libertad y el Liberalismo”.

Entre los expositores se encuentran John B. Tayrlo (actual presidente de la MPS), Victor Vanberg, Mark Pennington, Lawrence H. White, Warren Coats, Luigi Zingales, Thomas Philippon, Peter J. Boettke, Tom Palmer, y Mario Vargas Llosas entre otros.

Dos programas de interés para los Young Scholars.

  1. Young Scholars Program
  2. Hayek Essay Contest

SMP Essay Contest

The Sound Money Project Essay Contest is designed to promote scholarship in monetary and macro- economics. More specifically, it aims to encourage those working at the cutting edge of the discipline to consider the monetary institutions that would reduce nominal disturbances and promote economic growth.

Prompt:
In 1971, President Richard Nixon ended convertibility, thereby eliminating the last vestiges of the gold standard. The classical gold standard, which prevailed from 1873 to 1914, had anchored inflation expectations, enabled longterm contracting, and promoted international trade. This historical experience has prompted several reconsiderations of resumption over the years, including the Gold Commission in 1980, the International Financial Institution Advisory Commission of 1998, and, more recently, calls for a Centennial Monetary Commission. What are the merits of returning to the gold standard? Is such a system feasible today?

Prizes:
First Prize $10,000
Second Prize $2,000
Third Prize $1,000

Winners will also be invited to participate in the Sound Money Project annual meeting in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.

Eligibility:
The contest is open to graduate students, post-graduates, untenured professors, and tenured professors from any discipline. Former winners and current AIER fellows are ineligible. Former entrants are eligible, but must submit new essays.

Rules:
Essays must be the sole and original work of the entrant and not previously published. They should be in the format of a scholarly article. Any standard citation format (e.g., MLA, APA, Chicago, Harvard, etc.) is acceptable. Essays may either be written specifically for the contest or arise from previous work (e.g., term papers, dissertations, research projects, etc.). Essays shorter than 4,000 words or longer than 12,000 words will not be considered. AIER-affiliated scholars are ineligible.

Submission Instructions:
Please submit your paper here.

Deadline: March 1, 2019

Go to the SMP Essay Contest websiste.

MPS: Young Scholars Program

Mont Pelerin Society, 2019 Texas Regional Meeting

Contentious Issues in Classical Liberalism

Fort Worth May 19-22

Call for Papers

Members and Guests Age 40 and Younger

The Mont Pelerin Society is increasing its efforts to involve younger members in the society and to recruit new young guests who have the potential to become members in the future. As part of that effort, the society is organizing sessions at the 2019 regional meeting in Fort Worth for scholars age 40 or younger. Scholars selected for inclusion in this program will have their registration fee reduced and be eligible for limited travel support.

We will consider submissions on all topics related to issues of interest to the society’s aims (https://www.montpelerin.org/montpelerin/mpsGoals.html) but are particularly interested in papers that address contentious issues where classical liberals often disagree. Plenary topics include: monetary policy, immigration, the optimal size of government, policing, foreign policy, welfare policy, regulating sexual behavior and discrimination, and religion. Scholarly papers addressing these topics are especially encouraged to apply.

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MPS: Young Scholars Call for Papers

http://mpstexas.org/

Mont Pelerin Society, 2019 Texas Regional Meeting

Contentious Issues in Classical Liberalism

Fort Worth May 19-22

Call for Papers

Members and Guests Age 40 and Younger

The Mont Pelerin Society is increasing its efforts to involve younger members in the society and to recruit new young guests who have the potential to become members in the future. As part of that effort, the society is organizing sessions at the 2019 regional meeting in Fort Worth for scholars age 40 or younger. Scholars selected for inclusion in this program will have their registration fee reduced and be eligible for limited travel support.

We will consider submissions on all topics related to issues of interest to the society’s aims (https://www.montpelerin.org/montpelerin/mpsGoals.html) but are particularly interested in papers that address contentious issues where classical liberals often disagree. Plenary topics include: monetary policy, immigration, the optimal size of government, policing, foreign policy, welfare policy, regulating sexual behavior and discrimination, and religion. Scholarly papers addressing these topics are especially encouraged to apply.

These sessions will run during the concurrent sessions and will feature short presentations (~ 12-15 minutes) by three to four young scholars in each session. The proposals should be NEW research of the style that one would present at professional association meeting in the appropriate discipline.

Proposal will be evaluated on the importance of the topic proposed, how it is addressed, how it fits within the meeting theme and plenary program, and how it fits with other papers proposed by young scholars. Unfortunately, program space scarcity makes it likely that many proposals of merit will not be able to be placed on the program.

To propose a paper please send:

  • A title and proposed abstract of no more than 250 words
  • CV
  • Any requested travel financial support

To mps.youngscholars@ttu.edu no later than November 1st. Successful applicants will be notified by December 1st and will be expected to register for the conference. Completed papers will be due by April 15th.

Se acerca el deadline para enviar Ponencias al Congreso #EA2018

VII Congreso Internacional 
"La Escuela Austríaca de Economía en el Siglo 
XXI"

¿CUÁNDO?

6, 7 y 8
de Agosto de 2018


¿DÓNDE?

Campus UCA
(Av. Pellegrini 3314 – Rosario – Argentina)

CONDICIONES DE LOS TRABAJOS, PLAZOS, CATEGORÍAS, ARANCELES Y BECAS
1) Los trabajos se enviarán vía e- mail: primero un abstract y la ficha de inscripción; luego un resumen ampliado y la ponencia (todos en formato RTF).

2) áreas temáticas:

  • Economía de la EA
  • Filosofía Política de la EA
  • Teoría del Conocimiento de la EA
  • Metodología de la EA
  • Lecturas en torno de la EA
  • Pensamiento Liberal / Libertario (Nueva)

3) La extensión del abstract no debe superar las 100 palabras.
La fecha límite para la recepción de abstracts es la del 04/06/2018.
Junto al abstract se enviará un archivo con la ficha de inscripción.

Por favor, descargá la ficha de inscripción aquí , y enviala a: info@escuelaaustriaca.org y a escuelaaustriaca@gmail.com. Por favor dirigirse a ambas direcciones para evitar problemas en la recepción de los envíos.

4) La extensión máxima de las ponencias es de 4000 palabras, incluidas notas al pie y bibliografía final.
La fecha límite para la recepción de ponencias es la del 18/06/2018.
Título centrado, en negrita y minúscula, seguido por el nombre del autor/es, la institución a la que pertenece/n y el área temática en la que se inscribe el trabajo. Letra Times New Roman 12, interlineado 1 ½.

En página aparte se enviará un resumen ampliado de no menos de 350 palabras, en el que también constarán el título y el nombre del/los autor/es del mismo.

5) Los idiomas oficiales son: Inglés, Portugués, Italiano y Español.

6) La aceptación de las ponencias queda sujeta a evaluación.

7) Los e-mails deben remitirse a las siguientes direcciones: info@escuelaaustriaca.org; escuelaaustriaca@gmail.com. Por favor dirigirse a ambas direcciones para evitar problemas en la recepción de vuestros envíos.

8) Categorías y aranceles:

  • Expositor nacional: $ 800
  • Expositor internacional: U$D 150

9) Becas:

  • Donantes de la Fundación Bases no pagan arancel.
  • Estudiantes y docentes de la Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA) no pagan arancel.
  • Estudiantes y docentes de las maestrías y doctorados dictados por CMT Group que: a) participen del evento como asistentes o; b) envíen ponencia/s y viajen para exponerla/s durante el Congreso no pagan arancel.
  • Estudiantes universitarios de Argentina, Latinoamérica y España no pagan arancel.
MÁS INFORMACIÓN

www.escuelaaustriaca.org

  info@escuelaaustriaca.org
escuelaaustriaca@gmail.com
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