Thursday, February 27, 2020

My European Speaking Trip

I will be giving a series of talks in Europe, from March 3rd through March 15th. Some are open to anyone who wants to come, others you should check with the sponsoring group. They are:
Oxford, Brasenose College, March 3rd,

Law Without the State: Past, Present and Future
Open to the public

London, Adam Smith Institute, March 4th

Legal Systems Very Different from Ours
Open to the public, but first RSVP to events@adamsmith.org 

London, Institute for Economic Affairs, March 5th, lunch.  

The Problem with Externality Arguments: Climate and Population.
Not open to the general public, but you may be able to get an invitation. Email or message me.

Madrid, March 7, 5:45 P.M., Feud Law

This is part of LibertyCon, put on by European Students for Liberty, and I believe is only open to those attending.

Santiago de Compostella, March 10th, 7P.M.  Market Anarchy

Salón de Grados Fac. Ciencias Politicas
Open to the public

Lisbon, March 11th, Liberal Policy - cause or solution to Market Failures? with two other panelists

Instituto de Estudos Políticos / Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Open to the public


Ljubljana, March 12th, 5 P.M.,
Market Failure: An Argument for and Against Government
University of Ljubljana School of Business and Economics (Kardeljeva ploščad 17, Ljubljana)
Open to the public 

Prague, March 15th, 5 P.M.

Legal Systems Very Different from Ours
Open to the public

I cancelled the last two talks on account of the Coronavirus and flew home on the 13th. If I had not cancelled, the Ljubljana talk would have been live streamed with no audience actually present and I probably would not have been able to get to Prague, due to the travel ban imposed, I think, just before I was scheduled to fly there. 





2 Comments:

At 6:53 PM, March 17, 2020, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hope you're healthy and safe. What a bad time to be traveling.

 
At 2:28 PM, March 24, 2020, Blogger Tibor said...

I was considering the Prague talk when they reaffiremed that they would still hold it after the government banned all events above 100 people (but before the current quarantine) and I decided against it since it would mean an extra trip by train. I think the attendance would have been quite low even if you (and the government :) ) hadn't cancelled it. Looking forward to seeing you here next time. Good thing you're safe back home and a good thing too that California seems to take covid more seriously than some other parts of the US.

 

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