The Mises Institute is still accepting submissions for papers and sessions to be presented at the Austrian Scholars Conference, March 16-18, 2006, Auburn, Alabama. Here is an announcement that you can download or email to others.
Submissions can cover a wide range of fields that impact on the Austrian theoretical paradigm (in the tradition of Mises, Hayek, Rothbard, and the full range of Austrian thought): monetary theory; international trade; money and banking; methodology; history of thought; economic history; business cycles; geography; interventionism; literature; political philosophy; philosophy of science; society, culture, and religion; literature; comparative systems; economic development; business regulation; environmental political economy; and history and theory of war.
The Austrian Scholars Conference is the international, interdisciplinary meeting of the Austrian School, and for scholars interested or working in this intellectual tradition, it is the event of the year.
Over the course of three full days, the Austrian Scholars Conference offers eighty plus presentations on economics, history, philosophy, and the humanities, in addition to named lectures by the leaders in the field. It combines all the opportunities of a professional meeting, with the added attraction of hearing and presenting new and innovative research, engaging in vigorous debate, and interacting with like-minded scholars who share research interests.
The entire event takes place at the Mises Institute campus in Auburn, Alabama. The campus features spacious seminar rooms, a vast library with the best collection of Austrian School books in North America, and gorgeous gardens. All sessions and breaks take place at the Institute, where socializing and exchanging ideas becomes part of the conference experience. For more about the Institute, Auburn, directions, hotels, and transportation, see the conference site at Mises.org.
“The Austrian Scholars Conference is a great opportunity for exchanging ideas and advancing the School.”–Randall G. Holcombe, Florida State University
“I am truly impressed with what this conference achieves, and I am delighted to have the chance to meet up with so many friends.” — Ronald Hamowy, University of Alberta
Contact the Director: Jeffrey Herbener, Professor of Economics, Grove City College; firstname.lastname@example.org