Auburn University | August 1- 8, 1998
The Mises University is the world's leading instructional program in the Austrian School of economics. Since 1984, it has been the essential training ground for economists who are looking beyond the mainstream.
Rooted in the tradition of Carl Menger and Ludwig von Mises, the Mises University offers a rigorous and logical approach to economics that gives free markets their due and takes full account of the realty of human choice.
The faculty is headed by the editors of The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, and the program offers courses on market behavior, competition, value and utility, money and banking, business cycles, industrial organization, method, economic history, the philosophy of science, and more.
Come deepen your knowledge of the Austrian School, or discover it for the first time, at the 1998 program, held at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama, August 1-8, 1998. Scholarships for full-time students cover living accommodations, meals, tuition, study materials, and travel to and from the Atlanta, Georgia, airport.
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Grove City College
The Ludwig von Mises Institute
State University College at Buffalo
Joerg Guido Huelsmann
University of Georgia
Office of the Governor, Alabama
Special Guest Lecturer
Leland B. Yeager