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VI. Gottfried v. Haberler Conference 2020

gottfried haberler conference 2020
“By giving the government unlimited powers, the most arbitrary rule can be made legal; and in this way a democracy may set up the most complete despotism imaginable.” – Friedrich A. von Hayek (Nobel Prize 1974)

On the Morality of the State
and the State of Political Morals


Über die Hybris der Staaten und den Zustand politischer Moral


Gottfried von Haberler Conference 2020 | The 16th International Gottfried v. Haberler Conference will take place on May 29, 2020 at University of Liechtenstein in Vaduz. Conference topic: On the Morality of the State and the State of Political Morals. The event will be organized and hosted by ECAEF – European Center of Austrian Economics Foundation. The support of the University of Liechtenstein and multiple local and international sponsors is gratefully acknowledged.

By invitation only

Admission: General CHF 150/Euro 150; Students CHF 50/Euro 50

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p style=”text-align: left;”>Academic Director: Kurt R. Leube
Tel. +1 650 248 4955 and Tel. +43 676 942 8980 (krleube at gmail.com)

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p style=”text-align: left;”>Administration: Rosmarie Lutziger
Tel. +423 235 1570 (Rosmarie.Lutziger at lgt.com)

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p style=”text-align: left;”>Media Matters: Karin Brigl
Tel. +423 235 2344 (karin.brigl at lgt.com)

Conference Program will be announced soon.


Relevant literature will be offered for sale by buchausgabe.de

List of all Gottfried von Haberler Conferences since 2005

IV. ECAEF/CEPROM Conference in Monaco

ECAEF CEPROM

Mark your calendar: IV. ECAEF/CEPROM Conference, December 10, 2019, Monaco. Topic: Towards a Viable Alternative | Markets and Entrepreneurship to Protect the Environment.

Find more details here ->
ECAEF/CEPROM Conference

Wofür steht eigentlich BIP?

BIP

1: Büro für indikative Planung (Commissariat générale du Plan)

2: Beamter in Pension

3: Brutto-Inlandsprodukt

4: Bank für Investitionspolitik

Wer war eigentlich Ludwig von Mises?

Ludwig von Mises

1:  Postkeynesianer und Mitarbeiter von Thomas Piketty (*1971)

2:  Pseudonym für den bayrischen Heimatdichter Ludwig Anzengruber (1855-1922)


3:  Pseudonym für König Ludwig II. von Bayern (1845-1886)


4:  Österreichischer Nationalökonom und Sozialphilosoph (1881-1973)