Cato University 2015
Summer Seminar on Political Economy
July 26 - 31, 2015
Cato Institute • 1000 Massachusetts Ave, NW • Washington, DC
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Cato University is the Cato Institute’s premier educational event of the year. This annual program brings together outstanding faculty and participants from across the country and, often, from around the globe–all sharing a commitment to liberty and learning. Its widening popularity is due to not only the quality of the attendees, faculty and topics, but the opportunity it provides participants to form new and enduring friendships, and for sharing experiences and perspectives in a one-of-a-kind, brain-energizing environment.
Would you like to meet like-minded people from all over? Have a spectacular vacation while sharing ideas on how to advance, enhance, and defend your principles about liberty, free-markets, individual rights, the dangers of a sprawling, expensive, and intruding government – among other subjects? If so, Cato University is definitely for you.
The Cato Institute building will enhance the intellectual adventure for attendees with state-of-the-art facilities, the latest in conference and multimedia technology, spacious and remarkably comfortable meeting areas, and more. It is the ideal venue for bringing together people from across the country for a one-of-a-kind environment of learning, thinking, discussing, and making new friends.
We are delighted to announce that Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) will be delivering the dinner address on Wednesday, July 29 on Capitol Hill. Yet another outstanding reason why we hope you’ll consider joining us this summer!
Speakers for the 2015 Program Also Include:
Randy Barnett, Georgetown University Law School
John Tierney, The New York Times
Amity Shlaes, Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation
Jeffrey Miron, Harvard University
Robert McDonald, United States Military Academy
Tom G. Palmer, Cato Institute
Pedro Ferreira, Free Brazil Movement
Kim Kataguiri, Free Brazil Movement
Full schedule of events and speakers available here.
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And — are you interested in another type of learning experience — own your own, at your own pace? We are delighted to now have the Cato University Home Study Course available. The 12 modules of this program are available separately or together — as downloads or on CD.