SDAE Conference

13 November 2011 at 2:16 pm 2 comments

| Peter Lewin |

This coming weekend in Washington DC, the Society for the Development of Austrian Economics will hold its annual meeting and membership dinner. This year it is honoring Leonard Liggio for his contributions to the teaching and dissemination of Austrian Economics (through his dedication to the cause of classical liberalism) over many decades. A scholarship fund in Leornard’s honor will be established from the donations —  the Leonard Liggio Fellowship Fund to enable graduate students to attend the full SEA/SDAE meetings each year at reduced cost. The Earhart Foundation and Liberty Fund are major sponsors. Table sponsors include the Cato Institute, the Institute for Humane Studies, the Review of Austrian Economics, the Mercatus Institute, the Atlas Economic Research Foundation and the Koch Foundation. See here for information on the panels organized by the SDAE. I will report on the event upon my return. (I promise for next year to ensure at least one panel dedicated to management themes.)

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  • 1. John L. Chapman  |  14 November 2011 at 8:55 pm

    Peter I live in Wash DC but am not a member of SDAE. Do you happen to know, if I join SDAE this week can I attend this conference without paying to join SEA? Or any advice in general on how to attend and pay as little as possible? Thanks!

  • 2. Peter Lewin  |  14 November 2011 at 9:24 pm

    Hi John,

    To join the SDAE is $20. But to join the SEA is more. I think the rules are that you have to be a member and register at the conference – the SDAE in under the umbrella of the SEA. I am not sure how vigorously they will enforce the rules. That’s all I know.

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