Stringham Lectures in Vienna, Austria
Fayetteville State University economics professor Edward Stringham was this year’s first plenary speaker at the 75th International Atlantic Economic Conference on April 3-6, held at the University of Vienna, Austria – the oldest German-speaking university in the world. Stringham lectured on “Austrian Economics and the Study of Private Governance.
A year and a half ago, the conference main plenary speaker was former US Federal Reserve Chair, Alan Greenspan. Stringham politely said, “I am honored and glad that their tastes are improving.”
The conference marked the 40th anniversary of the International Atlantic Economic Society. Every year, the conference featured more than 300 delegates from over 35 countries.
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