Between August 26-31, 2013 the attendees of the two one-week seminars (Liberty Camp and Liberty Academy) have discussed classical liberal ideas, and then applied them to the current topics.
These seminars are unique in bringing together a diverse group of attendees and lecturers, both in terms of their national and cultural backgrounds as well as their professional and educational paths.
The participants discuss the ideas in the conference room as well as during a more relaxed surrounding like the Slavica waterfall and lake Bohinj.
Among the lecturers in 2013 were world-renowned experts:
The deadline for the applications was July 5, 2013. Only the first 20 qualified applicants were invited to attend each seminar. For more information about the project visit www.liberty-seminars.org
For those unable a week long seminar, we offered shorter visits.
MONDAY, AUGUST 26, 2013
15:00-16:30 LECTURE: "Liberal, Classical Liberal, Libertarian?" by Tanja Stumberger Porcnik
17:00-18:30 LECTURE: "The History and Future of Liberty in Europe" by Stephen Davies
20:00-21:00 LECTURE: "Measuring Freedom" by Tanja Stumberger Porcnik
TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 2013
14:00-16:00 MOVIE: "Overdose: A Film about the Next Financial Crisis"
16:00-17:30 LECTURE: "The fiscal crisis: Causes and Consequences" by Philip Booth
18:00-19:30 LECTURE: "Debt, spending and limitations of the state" by Mark Littlewood
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 2013
9:00-11:00 MOVIE: "The Battle of Ideas"
11:00-12:30 LECTURE: "The Government's Role in the Economy: Keynes v. Hayek" by Dan Mitchell
14:00-15:30 LECTURE: "The Financial and Sovereign Debt Crises by Dan Mitchell" by Dan Mitchell
THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 2013
15:00-16:30 LECTURE: "Flat Tax, Tax Competition and Tax Haven" by dr. Dan Mitchell
17:00-18:30 LECTURE: "Labour Market Performance in the Crisis: Recent Developments, Causes and Possible Actions" by Tanja Kosi Antolic
FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 2013
13:00-14:30 WORKSHOP: "Welcome to the Machine: Market Money vs. Monopoly Money" by David Greenwald
15:00-16:30 WORKSHOP: "Not Enough Bricks for the Wall: Credit Expansion, Resource Misallocation, and Market Crashes" by David Greenwald
17:00-18:30 LECTURE: "Radicalism: The Hungarian Case" by Zoltan Kesz