Lecture presented by Peter Boettke on August 4, 2010 at the Foundation for Economic Education seminar “Advanced Austrian Economics.” http://www.fee.org Established to study and advance classical liberalism, the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) is the oldest free-market organization in the United States. Murray Rothbard recognized FEE for creating a “crucial open center” that he credits ...
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|Lecture presented by Peter Boettke on August 4, 2010 at the Foundation for Economic Education seminar "Advanced Austrian Economics." http://www.fee.org Established to study and advance classical liberalism, the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) is the oldest free-market organization in the United States. Murray Rothbard recognized FEE for creating a "crucial open center" that he credits with launching the movement. FEE researches and advocates free-market, classical liberal, and libertarian ideas through lectures as well as publications. The lectures are either a part of week long seminars featuring multiple faculty, or feature one prominent speaker for the Evenings at FEE series. Outreach efforts include a monthly magazine, The Freeman, as well as pamphlets, lectures, and academic sponsorship. FEE publishes reprints of classic libertarian texts. In 1946, FEE was founded by Leonard Read of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, Donaldson Brown of General Motors Corporation, Professors Leo Wolman of Columbia University and Fred R. Fairchild of Yale University, Henry Hazlitt of the New York Times, Claude Robinson of Opinion Research Corporation, and David Goodrich of B. F. Goodrich. The William Volker Fund was instrumental in subsidizing FEE's establishment. (Source: Wikipedia) DISCLAIMER: This YouTube channel is in no way endorsed by or affiliated with the Foundation for Economic Education, any of its lecturers or staff members.|