Anders Ydstedt is an advisor at Scantech Strategy Advisors to major
Swedish industry and business organizations. He is also an entrepreneur,
author and chairman of Svensk Tidskrift, a weekly journal of politics,
economics and culture, founded in 1911.
Bill Wirtz comments on European politics and policy in English, French, and German. His work has appeared in Newsweek, The Washington Examiner, CityAM, Le Monde, Le Figaro, and Die Welt.
Caroline C. Lewis is writer and advocate for human dignity, religious liberty and free-market solutions to global economic problems. She is a contributing writer with the Patriot Post, and graduated Phi Beta Kappa with honors in History from Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, United States. She previously served as Director of Communications for a public interest law firm based in Washington, D.C. and has owned a communications consulting firm since 2009.
Federico N. Fernández is President of Fundación Internacional Bases (Rosario, Argentina) and a Senior Fellow with the Austrian Economics Center (Vienna, Austria). He is also the president of the Organizing Committee of the International Conference “The Austrian School of Economics in the 21st Century,” which has taken place every two years since 2006 in Rosario (Argentina). He has been actively engaged in work within the Liberty movement for more than a decade.
He is author of scholarly articles, he is member of the Editorial Board of the academic journal “Libertas Segunda Época,” editor of the book “De Viena a Rosario. Ensayos para una sociedad abierta”, and he is the co-editor of the books “La escuela austríaca de economía en el siglo XXI” and “An Austrian in Argentina: Essays in honor of Alberto Benegas Lynch (Jr).”
Fernández writes for the popular press and also blogs on the “Free Market Diaries” and “La Opinión Incómoda.”
I provide communication services to entrepreneurs and organizations.
I use my filming and editing skills to professionalize the libertarian movement in Spain.
Kai Weiss is a Research Fellow at the Austrian Economics Center and Board Member of the Hayek Institute.
Luis Pablo de la Horra is a Ph.D. Candidate in Economics at the University of Valladolid (Spain). He has been published by several media outlets, including The American Conservative, E!Sharp and the Intellectual Takeout, among others.
Mary Lucia Darst graduated from Columbia University with an MA in History and Literature. In addition to working as a writer and researcher, she is a filmmaker and an active classical musician. In October, she will begin a DPhil in Music at University of Oxford.
Free Market, Minimal State, Free Society Or as servant follows his master So the state must follow and serve the market.
Panagiotis N. Evangelopoulos is Assistant Professor of Microeconomics of the Department of Economics at the University of the Peloponnese in Greece.
His research papers have been appeared in International Review of Economics, Review of Applied Economics, Independent Review, Economic Affairs, Review of Economics and Finance, Theoretical and Applied Economics, Finance India, Theoretical Economics Letters, International Journal of Economics and Finance and several more.
His articles in Economic and Public Policy have been appeared in the leading periodicals and newspapers in Greece.
His research field is at the epicenter of the Theory of the Firm, Hierarchies and Administration, Organization Theory, Theory of Moral Hazard, Theory of Asymmetric Information, Free-Rider Problem, Institutional Economics, Public Choice Theory, Coase Theorem, Economics of the Redistribution of Income and Wealth, Property Rights, Contract Theory, Cultural Economics, Economic History and the History of Hellenism.
He has written two books in Greek language, the first is Elements of Political Economy and the second is Property and Market.
Manager of educational and media projects at Freedom and Entrepreneurship Foundation and a freelance journalist published at Newsweek US, FEE.org and Euromaidan Press. His interests focus on the cultural, economical and political issues of Central and Eastern Europe.
Socially liberal, fiscally conservative, pragmatically pro-EU and radically pro-Ukrainian.
I retired in 2015, after spending 48 years on Wall Street. I have been writing thought pieces, which deal with U.S. politics, education, cultural habits, the economy, markets and global politics, since 2000. Politically, I am registered as an Independent or Unaffiliated. My leanings are free-market, small government – liberal in the classical sense.
I have had published two books of essays:
One Man’s Family: Growing Up in Peterborough and Other Stories
Notes from Old Lyme: Life on the Marsh and Other Essays.