Public Choice Outreach Seminar, 2013

by Don Boudreaux on May 11, 2013

in Economics

I paste here in full Alex Tabarrok’s announcement from over at Marginal Revolution.  Alumni of past seminars include some of today’s finest scholars in political economy – Tim Groseclose, Russ Sobel, and Paul Zak, to name only a few.

Students are invited to apply to the Public Choice Outreach Conference. The Conference is an intensive lecture series on public choice and constitutional economics that has “graduated” some of the leading lights in economics and political science over the past thirty years. The conference will be held at George Mason University from Friday August 16 to Sunday August 18.

Graduate students and advanced undergraduates majoring in economics, history, international studies, law, philosophy, political science, psychology, public administration, religious studies, and sociology have attended past conferences. Applicants unfamiliar with Public Choice and students from outside of George Mason University are especially encouraged. A small stipend is available and meals and rooms will be provided by the conference (for non-locals). Space, however, is very limited.

Applications are due June 21. You can find more information here. Contact Lisa Hill-Corley if you have further questions about applications.

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