Professor Edward Stringham will teach the international seminar students from twenty different countries. The seminar is hosted by the New Economic School – Georgia, in partnership with Freedom Works (USA) and the Institute for Economic Affairs (UK). It will be conducted from August 11-17, 2013 and the subject will be “Public Choice: The Economic Analysis of Government Failure.”
To learn more, visit: http://nesgeorgia.org
To All the Winners of the Video Contest
Congratulations! You entries were all creative and outstanding. Please send an email to Ms. Maria Taro at firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your prize.
Click here to view the winners
July 2, 2013 – The announcement of the winners and the display of the 1st place winners’ video will be announced during the festival at Planet Hollywood on July 10-13, 2013. The video contest, “Economic Value Is Subjective,” will be presented in Las Vegas, Nevada during a conference entitled, “FreedomFest.”
FreedomFest, a conference attended by 1,700 people has been organized since 2002 by economist Mark Skousen. The Washington Post calls the event “the greatest libertarian show on earth.”
We would like to thank you for your hard work in submitting your entertaining and creative video entries. We are very excited about judging all of the entries over the coming weeks. In the meantime, kindly have your descriptions updated to: “This video is for the “Economics Music Video Contest sponsored by Fayetteville State University Hackley Endowment. We are students at (insert name and location of your school) under Professor (insert name of your professor). Read about subjective value at: http//tinyurl.com/valueissubjective.”
Please send an email to email@example.com and provide her your contact information.
Thank you so much!
Stringham Lectures in Vienna, Austria – Fayetteville State University economics professor Edward Stringham was this year’s plenary speaker at the 75th International Atlantic Economic Conference held at the University of Vienna – the oldest German-speaking university in the world. He lectured on “Austrian Economics and the Study of Private Governance. A year and a half ago, the conference main plenary speaker was former US Federal Reserve Chair, Alan Greenspan.
Our March Speakers Series include Stringham speaking to students of the School of Business at St. Bonaventure University in New York, Friday, March 15, 2013, on “Private Rules and Regulations as an Alternative to Government.”
“Why Did We Get Into the Economic Downturn and What Should We Do About It?” is economics professor Edward Peter Stringham’s presentation of competing economic perspective to be addressed to young professionals of Fayetteville Wednesday, March 27, 2013 in the Cliff’s Bar of Highland Country Club from 5:30 p.m.—7:30 p.m. Click http://wpblog.uncfsu.edu/fsu_news/files/2013/03/SpeakerSeries_27March2013-2.pdf to view the announcement.