Friday, February 18, 2011
4:00-5:00 Registration. HAL Atrium.
Dinner. SU Great Room.
7:00-8:00 Hans Sennholz Memorial Lecture. Sticht Lecture Hall.
Why Only Austrians Understand Dr. Robert P. Murphy
the True Danger of Bernanke [video] Senior Fellow Pacific Research Institute
Saturday, February 19, 2011
8:00-8:30 Coffee and Pastries. HAL Atrium.
▪ Institutions and Information: Jeff Herbener. HAL 114.
Institutional Theory: A Marginal Analysis of Institutions, Lode Cossaer
(University of Antwerp)
Dynamic Equilibrium Process and Resource Based View: Austrian Approach,
Jong Chul Won (University of Missouri)
The Framework of Intellectual Property, Anthony Oriti (Grove City College)
Science, Technology, and State, Walter Melnik (Grove City College)
▪ The End of Planning. Chairman: Shawn Ritenour. HAL 116.
Planning the End of Planning: Dis-intervention and the Knowledge Problem,
Kyle ODonnell (SUNY, Purchase)
Central Economic Planning and Indias Economic Performance (1950-1965): A
Re-examination, G.P. Manish (Suffolk University)
Consumer vs. Bureaucratic Sovereignty, Bruce Stahl (Grove City College)
An Austrian Analysis of Eminent Domain, Alex Schroeder (University of
▪ Theory and History of Interventionism: Jeff Herbener. HAL 114.
Japans Lost Generation: An Economic and Historical Perspective,
Christopher Testa (Pace University)
Japan, the Fall of a Miracle System, Mark Fuller (Grove City College)
Economic Downturns and Government Intervention, Melissa Sinopoli (Grove
Capitalism, Socialism, Calculation, and Culture, Brent Butgereit (Rhodes
Using the Free Market to Attain the Goals of the Climate Change Movement,
Andrew Chowning (University of Northwestern Ohio)
▪ The Markets for Money and Credit. Chairman: Shawn Ritenour. HAL 116.
Money or Money Substitutes?: Implications of Selgins Small Change
Challenge, Malavika Nair (Suffolk University)
Monetary Disequilibrium Theory and Business Cycles: An Austrian Critique,
Ken Zahringer (University of Missouri)
Network Effects and Hayeks Proposal for Competing Monies, Will Luther
(George Mason University)
The Social Function of Derivatives Markets, Xavier Mιra (University of
Lunch. SU Great Room.
▪ Religions of the Left. Chairman: Jeff Herbener. HAL 114.
The Social Gospel of Jane Addams and the Catholic Christian Response:
Competing Views of Charity and Their Implications, Brandon Harnish
Global Climate Warming Change Ism: The Religion of the Left and Its Free
Market Devil, Dustin Clark (Xavier University)
Towards an Ethical Conception of the Market Order: An Integration of
Austrian Economics and Hegels Ethics, Jacob Rountree (Colby College)
The Confrontation with Equality in Mises and Rothbard, Alex Pepper (Grove
▪ Law, Legislation, and Liberty. Chairman: Shawn Ritenour. HAL 116.
Toward an Anarchist Constitutional Political Economy, Michael Wiebe
(University of Manitoba)
Monetary Policy and the Rule of Law, Brittany Cobb (Grove City College)
Judicial Decision Making: An Austrian Perspective, Christopher Holbrook
(University of Missouri)
The Right of Resistance in Ancient China, Daniel Rodriquez Carreiro
(University of Santiago)
▪ Prices in Theory and History. Chairman: Jeff Herbener. HAL 114.
The Firm and Strategic Factor Markets: Analyzing the Role of the Firm in the
Creation of, and Pricing in, Factor Markets, Per Bylund (University of
A Dissertation on the Causal Nature and Foundations of Market Price Theory,
Abhi Mallick (University of London)
An Austrian Look at the Price Revolution, Joel Fiscus (Grove City College)
Inflation and Military Expenditures in the Roman Empire, 161-305 A.D.,
Adam Botting (Grove City College)
▪ Economics and Politics. Chairman: Shawn Ritenour. HAL 116.
What is Political Entrepreneurship, Matthew McCaffrey (University of
Roots of the Modern Mixed Economy: What We Can Learn from Civil War
Government Intervention, Harrison Ealey (Grove City College)
The Story of the Suburbs: How the State Destroyed Our Cities and Segregated
Society, Brian Foglia (Richard Stockton College)
Oil Monopoly: A Market Process Analysis from the Austrian School, Ryan
Wood (University of London)
Dinner. SU Great Room.
Awarding of the Richard E. Fox Prizes for Best Papers. Sticht Lecture Hall.
7:00-8:00 Ludwig von Mises Memorial Lecture. Sticht Lecture Hall.
Hyperinflation and the Abolition Dr. Joseph T. Salernoof Human Personality [video] Professor of Economics Pace University Senior Fellow Ludwig von Mises Institute