Esta secuencia de webinarios repasa los diversos temas abordados por Murray Rothbard en dicha obra. Los eventos contaron con el aval del Hispanic American Center for Economic Research (HACER) y el Instituto Ecuatoriano de Economía Política (IEEP).
1. DERRIBANDO EL MITO DE LA PLANIFICACIÓN
Eneas Biglione, Director Ejecutivo de HACER y Latin American Senior Fellow de la Atlas Economic Research Foundation, compara la planeación centralizada y la descentralizada.
2. PROPIEDAD PRIVADA
Edgar Ortiz, Director Ejecutivo del Centro de Estudios Económico-Sociales y Profesor de Economía de la Universidad Francisco Marroquín, comenta la importancia de la propiedad privada como institución social y económica.
3. LIBERTAD, FELICIDAD Y EFECTIVIDAD
Jorge Abruzzese, fundador y director de la compañía de capacitación en efectividad, liderazgo y comunicación ACCEM, explica la relación entre la felicidad y la libertad y sus principios.
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TESTIMONIOS: EL MANIFESTO LIBERTARIO
It must be something amazing and unique to gather all great young minds across of Europe to fight for an idea, for liberty! Being 'Heralds of freedom’, as they call us in my country, means to think progressive, constructive and as a great leader not for those who will follow you but for those who will learn from you. I learned that by becoming a member of European Students For Liberty
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We were born in an extraordinary era; there have been a lot of political and social changes in the world during last decades. Due to Students For Liberty the first active libertarian youth movement emerged and is already playing a crucial role in defending and promoting liberty worldwide. Thanks to SFL we find ourselves standing united on the right side of the history - changing the word to a freer place.
Liberty 101 is very helpful … to any[one] who wants to learn about liberty. It’s so simple and clearly explains what life in a free society is. It’s very consistent and the speakers know how to take the best examples to help you understand what they preach. I can also say that the course can help a young student to question the society he lives in, to question himself about the laws that he obeys, about the legitimacy of the institutions that he is member of, [and] about the legality of the decisions that his government has taken.
ESFL has given me the opportunity to travel and meet numerous liberty lovers from all over the world, but most importantly, it has empowered me and given me resources to fight for something I care: individual liberty. When I know that I have the support of the ESFL network, I feel capable of accomplishing things that I wouldn’t have thought myself capable only one year ago. What I love the most about ESFL is that we do not get involved in the dirty game of politics. We care about ideas and the spread of those ideas among the people that will shape tomorrow’s society: students.