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Outreach

Free Market Institute (FMI) faculty and staff engage in outreach efforts to inform students, academic and public policy professionals, and the general public about FMI research and teaching programs and initiatives. Faculty and staff deliver public lectures and participate in conferences, seminars, and other events across the nation and the world.

Public Lectures, Conferences and Seminars

2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013

FMI Research Fellows, Affiliated Faculty and staff deliver public lectures, participate as panelists and speakers at academic conferences and serve as faculty members at academic seminars and other student events.

Benjamin Powell, Director

Andrew Young, Director of Graduate Students and Research Fellow

  • The Medieval Constitution of Liberty — IHS Graduate Research Colloquium — November 11-13 — Arlington, VA
  • The Medieval Constitution and Liberty in the West — October 10 — Ohio State University — Columbus, OH
  • The Medieval Constitution and Liberty in the West — September 29 — Trinity College — Hartford, CT
  • Origins, Tensions, & Impacts of Classical and Modern Liberalism — IHS Summer Seminar — July 16-22 — Bryn Mawr College — Bryn Mawr, PA

Adam Martin, Political Economy Research Fellow

  • Teaching Free Enterprise in Texas — November 14 — O'Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom — Southern Methodist University — Dallas, TX
  • American Institute for Political and Economic Systems — July 18-24 — The Fund for American Studies — Charles University — Prague, Czech Republic
  • IHS Summer Graduate Research Colloquium — July 7-10 — Towson University — Towson, MD
  • Myths of Economic Development and Foreign Aid — April 25 — Southern Methodist University — Dallas, TX

Alexander Salter, Comparative Economics Research Fellow

  • Teaching Free Enterprise in Texas — November 14 — O'Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom — Southern Methodist University — Dallas, TX
  • Money and the Rule of Law — January 19 — Sound Money Forum — University of Central Arkansas — Conway, AR
  • The Past, Present, and Future of Money — January 19 — Sound Money Forum — University of Central Arkansas — Conway, AR

Robert Murphy, Research Assistant Professor

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