NOUS Spotlight: Giandomenica Becchio: Classical liberalism and gender issues in political economy

NOUS Spotlight is an ongoing series of brief, focused Zoom meetings for scholarly discussion. This month, Giandomenico Becchio (University of Turin, Italy) will present her work on "Classical liberalism and gender issues in political economy", moderated by Niclas Berggren (University of Economics, Prague, Czechia). Interested? Register by mail to nous.spotlight@gmail.com to obtain the Zoom Read more…

NOUS Spotlight: Paul Dragos Aligica: Modus vivendi and polycentricism

NOUS Spotlight is an ongoing series of brief, focused Zoom meetings for scholarly discussion. This month, Paul Dragos Aligicia (George Mason University, USA) will present his work on "Modus vivendi and polycentricism", moderated by Julian F. Müller, (University of Hamburg, Germany). Interested? Register by mail to nous.spotlight@gmail.com to obtain the Zoom access link. Each Read more…

NOUS Spotlight: Alain Marciano: Buchanan, popular myths, and the social responsibility of economists

NOUS Spotlight is an ongoing series of brief, focused Zoom meetings for scholarly discussion. This month, Prof. Alain Marciano (University of Montpellier, France) will present his work on “Buchanan, popular myths, and the social responsibility of economists” moderated by Sandra Peart (University of Richmond, USA). Interested? Register by mail to nous.spotlight@gmail.com to obtain the Read more…

NOUS Spotlight: Stefan Voigt: Culture and Constitutional Compliance

In our next NOUS Spotlight, Stefan Voigt will present his work on "Culture and Constitutional Compliance". Institutions as the formal foundation of a country’s legal and political system have important economic and political effects. Yet, there is only scant knowledge about why constitutions set effective constraints on politicians in some Read more…

Dan B. Klein: In praise of Adam Smith’s organon and Smithian allegory

NOUS Spotlight is an ongoing series of brief, focused Zoom meetings for scholarly discussion. In December, Dan B. Klein (George Mason University, USA) will present his work "In praise of Adam Smith’s organon and Smithian allegory." The talk will be moderated by Karen Horn (University of Erfurt, Germany). Interested? Register Read more…