Skip to main content

Speakers Bureau

You are here

Speaker Lecture topics
Arthur Diamond Jr. Kayser Professor of Economics, University of Nebraska, Omaha
  • The Innovative Entrepreneur as the Agent of Creative Destruction
  • Keeping Our Cool: In Defense of Air Conditioning
  • The Epistemology of Entrepreneurship
Fred Foldvary Professor of Economics, San Jose State University
  • Why the Business Cycle Is an Intervention Cycle
  • Why We Don't Need Any Stinkin' Taxes
  • Why the Free Market Is Inherently Ethical
Thomas Nechyba Professor of Economics, Duke University
  • School Choice
  • The Economics of Education
  • Economics and Local Government
Lawrence Reed President, Foundation for Economic Education
  • Great Myths of the Great Depression
  • Seven Principles of Sound Public Policy
  • Witch-Hunting for Robber Barons: The Standard Oil Story
Reihan Salam Contributing Editor, National Review
  • The Future of the GOP
  • What is the Relationship Between Economic and Social Conservatism?
  • Sustaining America's Global Leadership
Bill Spadea Television and radio host
Harry Veryser Lecturer of Economics
  • It Didn't Have to Be This Way
  • Austrian Economics: Reasons for Optimism in the American Economy
  • St. Thomas Aquinas and the Foundation of a Free Society
Robert Whaples Professor of Economics, Wake Forest University
  • Do Economists Agree on Anything, The Rise of Free Market Economics, The American Economy Today
  • An Economic Appraisal of Laudato Si
  • Capitalism vs. Socialism: A Dialogue between Economists and Pope Francis
  • Social Justice, Liberty, and Pope Francis
  • The Environment, Capitalism, and Pope Francis
  • Charity, Capitalism, and Pope Francis
Thomas Woods, Jr. Senior Fellow, Ludwig von Mises Institute
  • A Politically Incorrect Gallop Through American History
  • 'Without Our Wise Overlords We'd All Be Dead': The Propaganda that Justifies Big Government, and How to Refute It
  • State Nullification: Jefferson's Solution to Today's Problems
Andrew Yuengert Professor of Economics, Pepperdine University
  • Ethics and Markets, in Thought and Deed
  • Subsidiarity, Community, and Economic Efficiency
  • Roman Catholic Economics