As I mentioned some time back, I'm going to be giving a series of talks in Europe. It occurred to me that it would be worth listing them, in case any readers of this blog were in places where I was going to speak and interested in coming. I have not checked with all of the sponsoring organizations as to which talks are open to the public and which are not, so if you do want to come, check first. Here is my schedule:
7 P.M., Libertarian Alliance, London Institute of Education, off Russell square, Rm S 16,
Thornhaugh Street, London, WC1B 5EA
2:00 Oxford, Oxford Libertarian Society, Christ Church Rm 1
6:30 London, IEA, 2Lord North
12:30 Buckingham University, Hunter
street campus. Anthony the Rothschild building.
Warming, Population and the Problem With Externality Arguments
6:00 London, Adam Smith institute, National Liberal Club,
Whitehall Place, Charing Cross
11:45 Zurich, Avenir Suisse, Zunfthaus
Failure: An Argument Both for and Against Government
6:00 Milan, Istituto Bruno Leoni,
Vignale, Via Enrico Toti, 2
1/22: 5 P.M.
Milan, Bocconi University (arranged by IBL)
Market Failure, Considered as
an Argument both for and Against Government
7 P.M. Madrid, Fundacion Rafael Pino, Paseo
de Ia Castellana, 37. 28046
1/26: 8 P.M.
Madrid, Juan De Mariana Institute, Angel Street, 2
1/28: 9 P.M. Barcelona, Restaurant (Saint-Rémy of Barcelona), Carrer Iradier, number 12. General Discussion.
6:30 P.M. King’s College, Strand Campus, Strand, London WC2R 2LS
What Economics Is and Why it isn't Boring
Again, note that, while some of these are open lectures, I don't think all of them are, so you should check with the sponsors if possible.