Ludwig von Mises and Contemporary Societies
September 26-28, 2013
Center for Urban History, Lviv
The first commemoration of the life and work of Ludwig von Mises was held in Lviv in September 2011. This international scientific gathering resulted in a published research compendium entitled "Economics and Bureaucracy in a Free Society", and saw the placing of a memorial plaque at the birthplace of the internationally-renowned economist and classical liberal. The event garnered significant international attention, and we are grateful to all who joined in honoring – in his native city – the memory of Ludwig von Mises.
Subsequently we have received repeated requests regarding further study and dissemination of the scientific legacy of Ludwig von Mises in the fatherland of his youth. We have accordingly determined to conduct bi-annual conferences devoted to contemporary questions in economics, politics, and government, and entitled "Ludwig von Mises and Modernity".
The Second International Conference – "Ludwig von Mises and Contemporary Societies: Economic Theory and Public Policy" was held at the premises of the Center for Urban History for East Central Europe.
Conference Thematic Foci:
Austrian School Economics – Retrospect and Prospects
Economic and Political Science Approaches to the Analysis of Social Problems
Challenges of Economic Analysis of Public Policy
Public Policy and Transforming Bureaucracy
Free Enterprise and State Regulation in the Modern World
The conference was conducted in Ukrainian and English.
Research presented will be included in a volume published following the conclusion of the conference.
Address of the Conference Organizing Committee:
Lviv Regional Institute for State Management
Political Science and Philosophy Department
16 Sukhomlynskoho St.
Briukhovychi – Lviv, Ukraine 79491
For further information, please address Mykola Bunyk, Associate Professor, Department for Political Sciences and Philosophy, Lviv Regional Institute for State Management at 097- 947-21-95, or e-mail: email@example.com
The Lviv Regional Institute of Public Administration
The National Academy of Public Administration, the President of Ukraine
Ivan Franko Lviv National University
The Center for Urban History for East Central Europe