Free Market Institute
Political Economy Reading Program — Fall 2022 Call for Applicants
The Free Market Institute is now accepting applications for the fall 2022 Political Economy Reading Program. Undergraduate students from any field of study are encouraged to apply for an invitation to participate in the extra-curricular, non-credit reading program. Participants will meet weekly during the fall 2022 semester to discuss selected readings on the topic of International Economics and Policy. A $1,000 scholarship is awarded to those who successfully complete the program.
Interested students may visit the FMI Political Economy Program page for more information or apply at the link below:
Symposium on Institutional Analysis, Market Processes, and Interdisciplinary Social Science Published in Journal of Institutional Economics
FMI Political Economy Research Fellow Adam Martin and Brown University's Daniel J. D'Amico organized a symposium as part of the Austrian Economics in the 21st Century research program. The editors argue that the looser mathematical formalism of heterodox economic approaches provide a unique opportunity for interdisciplinary engagement to investigating and understanding social institutions, outcomes, and complex phenomenon. Scholars with relevant research experiences were invited to investigate a potential union between the more cultural and anthropological disciplines, on the one hand, and the less formalized models of rationality common across heterodox approaches, on the other.
FMI Research Paper Series
The Free Market Institute has launched its Research Paper Series in the Social Science Research Network (SSRN). The series includes working research papers authored by faculty, staff, and graduate students affiliated with the Institute.
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2020-21 Annual Report
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