Sound Money Research Grants “The economic and moral arguments for sound money” The Atlas Network is proud to sponsor a research grant opportunity for students, young faculty and policy experts who are interested in championing the cause of sound money and a better understanding of sound monetary institutions. Description: The Atlas Network is sponsoring four research grants in […]Read More
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Sound Money Essay Contest “The economic and moral arguments for sound money” The Atlas Network’s Sound Money Project is proud to sponsor an essay contest for students, young faculty and policy experts who are interested in championing the cause of sound money and a better understanding of sound monetary institutions. Description: The Atlas Network’s Sound […]Read More
The Mont Pelerin Society Friedrich A. Hayek Fellowships for the 2012 GENERAL MEETING OF THE MONT PELERIN SOCIETY (Prague, Czech Republic – September 2–7, 2012) “It is important here first to distinguish between the need for some ‘lender of last resort’ and the organization of banking on the ‘national reserve’ principle. … It is far […]Read More
The Sound Money Project is excited to announce the 2012 winners of the Sound Money video contest. Please join us in congratulating the winners, and don’t forget to watch all the videos! 1st place: “Dear Inflation, Please Go Away” By Micah Fitzkee 2nd place: “Money – What is it?” By Chesterton Cobb Honorable Mentions: “Atlas Sound […]Read More
DEADLINE EXTENDED to April 7th, 2012 Money shouldn’t just be Sound, it should be Seen. Show us why Sound Money is important, and hear the wonderful sound of money in your pocket. Rules: The Sound Money Project Video Contest is open to any person or persons interested in producing a video focused on […]Read More
The Foundation for Economic Education is proud to announce the 2011 Eugene S. Thorpe Writing Competition. Writers of all ages are invited to address the following: “Should the Federal Reserve be abolished? What monetary system should replace it?” Deadline: Midnight, Dec. 31, 2011 Length: 2,000 words. No footnotes or endnotes. Email Word file to:[email protected] (One entry […]Read More