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Austrian Scholars Conference 2011

Austrian Scholars Conference 2011

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The Schedule for the Austrian Scholars Conference, February 10-12, 2001, Auburn, Alabama
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• All times central time. All events held at the Mises Institute; see directions, end of schedule.• Please request copies of papers directly from the presenters.• Assistive Listening Headphones are available at the front desk.• Complimentary refreshments between sessions, and dinners, in Hogan Graduation Area (covered outdoor area).• To preorder Chick-l-A boxed lunches, sign up in Hogan Graduation Area (covered outdoor area).• Please turn off cell phones during sessions.• ASC receipts are available at the registration table in Ward Library after 10:00 a.m. on Friday.
REMINDER: Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, March 13. Remember to set your clocks ahead one hour on Saturday night.
THURSDAY, March 10
9:00–9:15 a.m. Shuttle from AU Hotel and GameDay Center to Mises Institute. Coffee, juice, and doughnuts.9:30−11:-00 a.m. Authors’ Forum
 
(W
olfe
l
ecture
H
all
)
Chair:
M
ark
T
hornTon
, Mises Institute)
Tragedy o the Euro
and
Deep Freeze,
P
hiliPP
B
agus
 
Nullifcation
and
Rollback
,
T
hoMas
E. W
oods
, J
r
.
 
The Capitalist and the Entrepreneur,
 
P
ETEr
g. k
lEin
The Worldview o Rothbard,
 
g
Erard
C
asEy
Money, Sound and Unsound,
J
osEPh
T. s
alErno
Walk Away: The Rise and Fall o the Home-Ownership Myth,
 
d
ouglas
F
rEnCh
An Essay on Economic Theory: An English Translation o Richard Cantillon’s Essai sur la Naturedu Commerce en General,
M
ark
T
hornTon
(
WiTh
C
hanTal
s
auCiEr
)
 11:15 a.m.−12:15 p.m. Murray N. Rothbard Memorial Lecture
(W
olfe
l
ecture
H
all
)
Philipp Bagus (University Rey Juan Carlos)Eliminating Monetary Externalities
12:15−1:30 p.m. Lunch on your own (Chick-Fil-A boxed lunch for sale outside back)1:30−3:00 p.m.
S1 Economic Theory I
(W
olfe
l
ecture
H
all
)
Chair:
r
oBErT
M
ulligan
(Western Carolina University)
•FiatMoneyCannotLast.OrCanit?
T
horsTEn
P
ollEiT
(Frankfurt School of Business)
•TwoTheoreticalApproachestoHumanBehaviorandSocialInstitutions.
J
aviEr
a
ranzadi
 (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)
•IncentivesinEconomicTheory.
M
aTT
M
C
C
aFFrEy
(University of Angers)
•ANoteonRothbardianDecision-MakingRents.
v
ladiMir
T
oPan
(AcademyofEconomic
Studies, Bucharest)3:15-4:45 p.m.
S2 Economic Theory II
(W
olfe
l
ecture
H
all
)
Chair:
P
aul
C
Wik
 
(MountOliveCollege)•TheTrojanHorseofHappinessResearch.
T
hoMas
d
i
l
orEnzo
(Loyola University Maryland)
•ThePureTimePreferenceTheoryofInterestandItsEnemies.
J
EFFrEy
h
ErBEnEr
 (Grove City College)
•EntrepreneurshipasaNexusofEnterprise.
g
aBriEl
a. g
iMEnEz
-r
oChE
(ChampagneSchool of Management)
•WhenDidIndiaDe-Socialize?
g.P. M
anish
 
(Suffolk University) 
5:00−6:00 p.m. Mises Memorial Lecture
(W
olfe
l
ecture
H
all
)
Helio Beltrão (Mises Institute, Brazil)Austro-Libertarianism as a Starsh
6:00 p.m. Buffet Dinner at the Mises Institute7:00–8:00 p.m. Shuttle from Mises Institute to AU Hotel and GameDay Center every 15 minutes
FRIDAY, March 11
8:30 and 8:45 a.m. Shuttle from AU Hotel and GameDay Center to Mises Institute. Coffee, juice, and doughnuts 
9:00−10:00 a.m. F.A. Hayek Memorial Lecture
(W
olfe
l
ecture
H
all
)
William Butos (Trinity College)Hayekian Social Orders and Institutions
M a r c h 1 0 1 2 , 2 0 1 1L u d w i g v o n M i s e s I n s t i t u t eA u b u r n , A l a b a m a
FINALSCHEDULE
Ludwig von Mises Institute, 518 West Magnolia Avenue, Auburn, Alabama 36832
phone 334.321.2100 • Mises.org contact@mises.com
 
AustrianScholarsConference
 
210:15−11:45 a.m.
S3 I. Explorations in Macroeconomics and Finance
(W
olfe
l
ecture
H
all
)
Chair:
T
iMoThy
T
ErrEll
(Wofford College)
•DidIncreasedRequiredReservesProlongtheGreatDepression?
J
EFFrEy
h
ErBEnEr
 
and
 s
haWn
r
iTEnour
(Grove City College)
•TheCentralFallacyofKeynesianEconomics.
r
oBErT
F. M
ulligan
 
(Western CarolinaUniversity)
•Futures,PricesandProduction.
X
aviEr
M
Era
(University of Angers)
•InternationalFinancialReportingStandards:It’sAboutSovereignty.
W
arrEn
d. M
illEr
 
(BeckmillResearch)
S4 II. Economic Policy
(c
ondon
l
ecture
H
all
)
Chair:
T
hoMas
J. d
i
l
orEnzo
(Loyola University Maryland)
•NoPolicy,JustRents:AnInsider’sPerspectiveonUSAgriculturalSubsidies.
T
ylEr
W
aTTs
 
(Ball State University) and and
l
Es
W
aTTs
 
(Eads,Colorado)Homervs.Prohibition.
M
ark
T
hornTon
(Mises Institute)
•TheBestArgumentsforTradeProtectionandWhyTheyAreWrong.
M
ark
B
randly
 (Ferris State University)
•TheImplicationsofSubjectivismforEconomicPolicy.
M
arian
E
aBrasu
(ChampagneSchool of Management)11:45 a.m. −1:00 p.m. Lunch on your own (boxed lunch for sale outside back)1:00−2:30 p.m.
S5 I. Business Cycle Theory I
(W
olfe
l
ecture
H
all
)
Chair:
W
illiaM
B
uTos
(TrinityCollege)•Hayek’sRelevancefor21st-CenturyBoom-BustandRecession-Recovery.
J
ohn
C
oChran
 
(Metropolitan State College of Denver)
•AReformulationofAustrianBusinessCycleTheoryinLightoftheFinancialCrisis.
 
J
osEPh
T. s
alErno
(PaceUniversityandMisesInstitute)•TheLiquidationPhase:ACorporateView.
P
aul
C
Wik
(MountOliveCollege)
 
and
h
arry
v
ErysEr
, J
r
.
(University of Detroit, Mercy)
•ANeoclassicalArgumentfortheAustrianBusinessCycle.
P
aul
a. C
lEvEland
 
(Birmingham-Southern College)
S6 II. Law and Property
(c
ondon
l
ecture
H
all
)
Chair:
P
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Bylund
(University of Missouri)
•StructureofProductionofFreeMarketAdjudication.
g
il
g
uillory
(Houston,TX)•ErraticEnforcement:ASurveyofAssetForfeiturePracticesinMissouri.
J
ohn
P
aynE
(TheShow-MeInstitute)•SurfaceWaterAllocationinAlberta:LessonfromtheEconomicCalculationDebate.
 
d
anny
g. l
E
r
oy
(University of Lethbridge)2:45
4:15 p.m.
S7 I. Studies in Intellectual History
(W
olfe
l
ecture
H
all
)
Chair:
J
osEPh
T. s
alErno
(PaceUniversityandMisesInstitute)•Robbinsvs.Harrod:TheWarOverEpistemology,1938.
g
ary
n
orTh
(GaryNorth.com)•CanConservativesbeLibertarians?CanLibertariansbeConservatives?
g
Erard
C
asEy
 (University College Dublin)
•FrankH.Knight:TheForgottenAustrian.
P
ETEr
g. k
lEin
 
(University of Missouri)
S8 II. Property, Institutions, and Growth
(c
ondon
l
ecture
H
all
)
Chair:
M
ark
T
hornTon
(Mises Institute)
•IsHarmofaReciprocalNature?TheOutcome-orientedEquilibriumThoughtBehindtheCoasianThesis.
M
o
z
hihong
(BeijingUniversityofTechnology)•MovingTowardaPrivateTransportationSystem.
T
raCy
M
illEr
(Grove City College)
PublicProperty?
l
loyd
P. g
Erson
(UniversityofToronto)•HowLudwigvonMisesDispelsCurrentMythsAboutCapitalism.
a
ndrius
v
alEviCius
 (University of Sherbrooke)4:30
6:00 p.m.
S9 I. Business Cycle Theory II
(W
olfe
l
ecture
H
all
)
Chair:
P
hiliPP
B
agus
(UniversityReyJuanCarlos)•TheMonetaryContractionof2008/09:AssessingUKMoneySupplyMeasuresinLight
of the Financial Crisis.
a
nThony
J. E
vanTs
(ESCP-EAP)
and
T
oBy
B
aXEndalE
(UK)RiskandRecovery.
r
oBErT
C.B. M
illEr
(FormerSeniorFellow,InstituteofEconomic
Affairs)
•ThePhillipsCurveasanArtifactofAustrianBusinessCycleTheory.
r
oBErT
F. M
ulligan
 
(Western Carolina University)
•OntheStructureofProduction.
J
örg
g
uido
h
ülsMann
(University of Angers) 
S10 II. Spontaneous Order
(c
ondon
l
ecture
H
all
)
Chair:
r
odEriCk
T. l
ong
(Auburn University)
•WomenandtheInvisibleFist:HowViolenceAgainstWomenEnforcestheUnwrittenLawofPatriarchy.
C
harlEs
J
ohnson
(Molinari Institute)
•InvisibleHandsandIncantations:TheMysticationofStatePower.
r
odEriCk
T. l
ong
 (Auburn University)
Commentators:
n
ina
B
rEWEr
-d
avis
 
(Auburn University),
r
EshEF
a
gaM
-s
Egal
 
(AuburnUniversity)
 
3
 
6:00–7:00 p.m. Buffet Dinner at the Institute7:00–8:00 p.m. Shuttle from Mises Institute to AU Hotel and GameDay Center every 15 minutes.
SATURDAY, March 12
9:00 and 9:15 a.m. Shuttle from AU Hotel and GameDay Center to Mises Institute. Coffee, juice, and doughnuts.9:30−11:00 a.m.
S11 I. History of Thought
(W
olfe
l
ecture
H
all
)
 
Chair:
J
EFFrEy
h
ErBEnEr
(Grove City College)
•TurningtheWorldUpsideDown:CantillonandtheMeaningofEntrepreneurship.
 
M
ark
T
hornTon
(Mises Institute)
and
C
hrisToPhEr
B
roWn
 
(Swinburne University)
•MoneyProperandMoneySubstitutesinMises’sThought.
M
alavika
n
air
 
(SuffolkUniversity)
•BhimraoRamjiAmbedkarandIndianEconomicThought.
C
handrasEkaran
B
alakrishnan
 (Government of India)
•Rothbardvs.LeoStraussandHayek.
r
oBErTa
M
odugno
(RomaTRE)
S12 II. Panel on Secession and Disunity
(c
ondon
l
ecture
H
all
)
Chair:
M
ikE
C
hurCh
(Sirius/XMRadio)•TheFoundingFathersofConstitutionalSubversion.
T
hoMas
d
i
l
orEnzo
(Loyola UniversityMaryland)
•State’sRightsvs.NationalWrongs:TheTenthAmendmentAwakening.
M
arshall
d
E
r
osa
 (Florida Atlantic University)
•Size,Scale,andAmericanRepublicanism.
d
onald
l
ivingsTon
(EmoryUniversity)UnbreakableUnion.
y
uri
M
alTsEv
(Carthage College)
 11:15 a.m.−12:15 p.m. Henry Hazlitt Memorial Lecture
(W
olfe
l
ecture
H
all
)
David Stockman (Former Budget Director)The Forgotten Cause of Sound Money
12:15
1:30 p.m. Lunch on your own (boxed lunch for sale outside back)1:30
3:00 p.m.
S13 I. New Developments from the “Missouri School”
(W
olfe
l
ecture
H
all
)
Chair:
P
ETEr
g. k
lEin
 
(University of Missouri)
•TheFirmandStrategicFactorMarkets:theRoleoftheFirmintheCreationofFactor
Markets.
P
Er
l. B
ylund
 
(University of Missouri)
•JudicialDecision-Making:AnAustrianPerspective.
C
hrisToPhEr
M. h
olBrook
(Universityof Missouri)
•TheEmergenceandLimitsoftheFirm:AnEntrepreneurialApproach.
J
ong
C
hul
W
on
 (University of Missouri)
•MonetaryDisequilibriumTheoryandBusinessCycles:AnAustrianCritique.
 k
EnnETh
a. z
ahringEr
 
(University of Missouri)
S14 II. Historical Perspectives on Liberty and Tyranny
(c
ondon
l
ecture
H
all
)
Chair:
T
oM
W
oods
(Mises Institute)
•TheRevoltoftheComuneros:ARevisionistPerspective.
P
ETEr
C. E
arlE
(FINAGEM,LLC)•BarbedWireSecurityandtheHeartoftheModernState:TheOriginsofMass
Internment, 1895–1933.
h
unT
T
oolEy
(Austin College)
•ANietzscheanCritiqueoftheState.
M
aTThEW
a
llEn
M
illEr
 
(Florida State University)
•Iraq,Afghanistan,WarandMoney:ALookatTwoPresidencies.
a
nThony
g
rEgory
 
(TheIndependentInstitute)
3:15
4:45 p.m.
S15 I. Ethics, Law, and the Firm
(W
olfe
l
ecture
H
all
)
Chair:
M
aTThEW
M
C
C
aFFrEy
 
(University of Angers)
•TheVanishingTrial:AHayekianPerspective.
g
EorgE
J. W
EndT
(TulaneUniversity)•NewTestamentTheologyoftheState.
n
orMan
h
orn
(UniversityofTexas,Austin)•IsLibertarianismCompatiblewithReligion?
l
aurEnCE
M. v
anCE
(Francis Wayland Institute)
•TheFirmasExtra-MarketSpecialization.
P
Er
l. B
ylund
 
(University of Missouri)
S16 II. Socialism, Racism, and Method
(c
ondon
l
ecture
H
all
)
 
Chair:
r
odEriCk
T. l
ong
(Auburn University)
•SocialistRootsofAfrmativeAction.
a
ndrEi
z
naMEnski
(Alabama State University)
•TheMasterRace:RacialistLegaciesofProgressivism.
W
illiaM
a
ndErson
(Frostburg StateUniversity)
TheRhetoricofEconomics.
g
usTavo
E. M
orlEs
(UniversityofPhoenix)•WhetherMises’sUseof
a priori
isKantianorAristotelian.
W
arrEn
o
rBaugh
(Universidad
FranciscoMarroquin)
5:00 p.m. Lou Church Memorial Lecture in Religion and Economics
(W
olfe
l
ecture
H
all
)
Mustafa Akyol (
Turkish Daily News
)The Commercial Heritage and Contribution of Islam
6:00 p.m. Awarding of the
Lawrence Fertig Prize
and closing remarks:
d
ouglas
F
rEnCh
 
(
Mises Institute)6:15 p.m. Buffet Dinner at the Institute7:15–8:00 p.m. Shuttle from Mises Institute to AU Hotel and GameDay Center every 15 minutes.

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