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Published on Nov 21, 2014
Josef Šíma on "Liberty in Prague"
The Sons of Libertas recorded the lecture of Josef Šíma at the European Students for Liberty conference in Prag 2014.
Josef Šíma is professor of economics and free-market scholar living in Prague, Czech Republic.
Since 2009 he has served as the president of CEVRO Institute [school of legal and social studies], a small, private, free-market college in Prague. Josef has served for years as an editorial director of Liberální Institut, Prague, the oldest free-market think-tank in the Czech Republic; translated over 10 books (including Ludwig von Mises’s Human Action, Murray Rothbard’s, Man, Economy and State, Power and Market, and The Ethics of Liberty, and Milton Friedman’s The Money Mischief) and supervised publication of tens of more.
He is a founder and editor-in-chief of the interdisciplinary scholarly journal New Perspectives on Political Economy and the president of a major interdisciplinary gathering of Austrian and free-market scholars in Central Europe, Prague Conference on Political Economy, both of which are becoming flag ships of CEVRO Institute.
Josef has published dozens of articles in professional and popular journals, and a number of his own books (in Czech), including Market in Time and Space (2000) and Introduction to the Logic of Social Action – Law and Economics Primer (2004).