Conference in Honor of Viktor J. Vanberg

Donnerstag, 12.09.2013
Walter Eucken Institut Freiburg
änlässlich seines 70. Geburtstags

PRGRAMM

Geoffrey Brennan (Australian National University)
The Contractarian Vision and the Normative Authority of Markets: An Essay in Honour of Viktor Vanberg
Discussant: Andreas Freytag (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena)

Alan Hamlin (University of Manchester)
Hayek, Buchanan and Conservatism
Discussant: Lars P. Feld (Walter Eucken Institut & Freiburg University)

Philippe Nemo (École Supérieure de Commerce de Paris)
The Aesthetics of Liberty
Discussant: Ekkehard Köhler (Walter Eucken Institut)

Dennis C. Mueller (Universität Wien)
Corporate Governance and the State
Discussant: Jan Schnellenbach (Walter Eucken Institut & Uni Heidelberg)

Charles B. Blankart (Humboldt-Universität Berlin)
Oil and Vinegar: A Positive Fiscal Theory of the Euro Crisis
Discussant: Sarah Necker (Walter Eucken Institut)

Gerhard Wegner (Universität Erfurt)
Capitalist Transformation without Political Participation: Capitalism in the First Half of the 19th Century
Discussant: Nils Goldschmidt (Universität Siegen)

Hartmut Kliemt (Frankfurt School of Finance & Management)
From Doing Good by Doing Well to Doing Well by Doing Good and Back
Discussant: Georg Vanberg (Duke University)

Bruce Caldwell (Duke University)
F.A. Hayek and the “Economic Calculus”
Discussant: Stefan Kolev (Westsächsische Hochschule Zwickau)

Roger Congleton (West Virginia University)
On the Evolution of Organizational Governance: Divided Governance and Survival in the Long Run
Discussant: Mo Zhihong (Beijing University of Technology)

Lunch Speech by Peter Bernholz (Universität Basel):
Viktor Vanberg at Seventy. Fourty Years of Recollections

Michael Baurmann (Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf & Alfried Krupp Wissenschaftskolleg Greifswald)
Opinion Dynamics in Extremist Groups: Explanatory Hypotheses on the Basis of Simulation Models
Discussant: Christoph Vanberg (Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg)

Nils Goldschmidt (Universität Siegen) & Lars P. Feld (Walter Eucken Institut & Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg)
Elisabeth Liefmann-Keil – A Forgotten Pioneer of Public Choice
Discussant: Daniel Nientiedt (Walter Eucken Institut)