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NOUS Spotlight, November 30, 2021- Nils Karlson: How to promote liberal reforms?

Nils Karlson (Uppsala University and Ratio Institute, Sweden) will present his work on “How to promote liberal reforms?”, moderated by Mikayla Novak (Australia National University, Australia). Interested? Register by mail to nous.spotlight@gmail.com to obtain the Zoom access link. NOUS Spotlight is an ongoing series of brief, focused Zoom meetings for scholarly discussion. Each of the meetings […]

NOUS Spotlight, December 28, 2021 – Daniel B. Klein: In praise of Adam Smith’s organon and Smithian allegory

Daniel 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 by mail to nous.spotlight@gmail.com to obtain the Zoom access link. NOUS Spotlight is an ongoing series of brief, focused Zoom meetings […]

NOUS Spotlight, January 25, 2022 – Nils Goldschmidt: How to recognize and prevent tipping moments

Nils Goldschmidt (University of Siegen, Germany) will present his work on “How to recognize and prevent tipping moments”. The talk will be moderated by Tom G. Palmer (Atlas Network, Thailand). Interested? Register by mail to nous.spotlight@gmail.com to obtain the Zoom access link. NOUS Spotlight is an ongoing series of brief, focused Zoom meetings for scholarly […]

NOUS Spotlight, February 22, 2022 – Ekkehard Koehler: Do politicians discriminate against (polarized) constituents?

Ekkehard Koehler (University of Siegen, Germany) will present his work on the question “Do politicians discriminate against (polarized) constituents? A field experiment on state legislators before the 2020 election”. The talk will be moderated by Charlotta Stern (Ratio Institute and Stockholm University, Sweden). Interested? Register by mail to nous.spotlight@gmail.com to obtain the Zoom access link. […]

NOUS Spotlight Wide Beam, March 22, 2022 – Jurgen Reinhoudt, Bruce Caldwell and Karen Horn: From Paris to Mont-Pèlerin

Under Karen Horn's (University of Erfurt, Germany) guidance, Jurgen Reinhoudt (Hoover Institute, Stanford University) and Bruce Caldwell (Duke University & Center for the History of Political Economy) will discuss Bruce's latest book "Mont-Pèlerin 1947" in comparison with Jurgen's "The Walter Lippmann Colloquium" (Transcripts of the CWL 1938, edited by Jurgen Reinhoudt and Serge Audier in […]

NOUS Spotlight, March 29, 2022 – Paul Lewis: The influence of cybernetics on the thought of F.A. Hayek

Paul Lewis (King's College London, UK) will present his work on “The influence of cybernetics on the thought of F.A. Hayek”. The talk will be moderated by Stefan Kolev (University of Applied, Sciences, Zwickau, Germany). Interested? Register by mail to nous.spotlight@gmail.com to obtain the Zoom access link. NOUS Spotlight is an ongoing series of brief, […]

NOUS Spotlight, April 26, 2022 – Dirk Wentzel: Does Europe really have a democracy deficit?

Dirk Wentzel, Pforzheim University of Applied Sciences (Germany) will present his reflections on the question “Does Europe really have a democratic deficit?” The talk will be moderated by Ulrike Hotopp, University of Kent (UK). Interested? Register by mail to nous.spotlight@gmail.com to obtain the Zoom access link.  NOUS Spotlight is an ongoing series of brief, focused […]

NOUS Spotlight, June 7, 2022 – Aris Trantidis: What future for democracy? Crises, the state and the structure of liberty

Aris Trantidis (University of Lincoln, UK) will present his work under the title “What future for democracy? Crises, the state and the structure of liberty”. The talk will be moderated by Alexander Albrecht (Berlin School of Economics and Law, Germany). Interested? Register by mail to nous.spotlight@gmail.com to obtain the Zoom access link. NOUS Spotlight is […]

NOUS Spotlight, June 28, 2022 – Andreas Polk: Justice

Andreas Polk, Berlin School of Economics and Law (Germany), will present and discuss his reflections on “Justice”. Interested? Register by mail to nous.spotlight@gmail.com to obtain the Zoom access link.  NOUS Spotlight is an ongoing series of brief, focused Zoom meetings for scholarly discussion. Each of the meetings begins with one scholar presenting some piece or […]

NOUS Spotlight, July 26, 2022 – Aurelian Craiutu: Who is afraid of moderation?

Aurelian Craiutu, University of Indiana (USA), will present his work under the title “Who is afraid of moderation? Reflections on a virtue for courageous minds”. The talk will be moderated by Malte Dold, Pomona College (USA). Interested? Register by mail to nous.spotlight@gmail.com to obtain the Zoom access link.  NOUS Spotlight is an ongoing series of […]

NOUS Spotlight, August 30, 2022 – Andreas Bergh: Open markets: How trade helps humans cooperate, create, and destroy

Andreas Bergh, Lund University (Sweden) present his new book “Open markets: How trade helps humans cooperate, create, and destroy”. The talk will be moderated by Konstantin Peveling, King’s College London (UK). Interested? Register by mail to nous.spotlight@gmail.com to obtain the Zoom access link.  NOUS Spotlight is an ongoing series of brief, focused Zoom meetings for […]

NOUS Spotlight, September 30, 2022 – Erwin Dekker: Economics as a science of the state

Erwin Dekker, Mercatus Center, George Mason University (USA) will present his work under the title “Economics as a science of the state”. The talk will be moderated by Franziska Mehlkop, University of Erfurt (Germany). Interested? Register by mail to nous.spotlight@gmail.com to obtain the Zoom access link.  NOUS Spotlight is an ongoing series of brief, focused […]