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Upcoming Events

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1. I’m speaking on poverty and immigration at Mercer University on Thursday, September 26. 2. Zach Weinersmith and I are doing a signing at New York Comic Con on October 4. 3. I’m doing multiple events at Florida Atlantic University on October 22.  I’ll also have free time the afternoon of October 21 if anyone in south Florida wants to meet up. 4. Zach Weinersmith and I are presenting and signing Open Borders at the Cato Institute on November 4.  Hosted by Alex Nowrasteh, with commentary from Tim Kane. 5. I’m giving the 2019 Hayek Lecture for the Institute of Economic Affairs in London on December 3.  The title will be “Poverty: Who’s to Blame.”  I’ll probably have some time before and after to meet up with people in London.

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1. I’m speaking on poverty and immigration at Mercer University on Thursday, September 26.

2. Zach Weinersmith and I are doing a signing at New York Comic Con on October 4.

3. I’m doing multiple events at Florida Atlantic University on October 22.  I’ll also have free time the afternoon of October 21 if anyone in south Florida wants to meet up.

4. Zach Weinersmith and I are presenting and signing Open Borders at the Cato Institute on November 4.  Hosted by Alex Nowrasteh, with commentary from Tim Kane.

5. I’m giving the 2019 Hayek Lecture for the Institute of Economic Affairs in London on December 3.  The title will be “Poverty: Who’s to Blame.”  I’ll probably have some time before and after to meet up with people in London.

Bryan Caplan
Bryan Caplan is Professor of Economics at George Mason University and Senior Scholar at the Mercatus Center. He has published in the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, the American Economic Review, the Economic Journal, the Journal of Law and Economics, and Intelligence, and has appeared on 20/20, FoxNews, and C-SPAN. Bryan Caplan blogs on EconLog.

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