Reflections on a 70-year-old organization
SEPTEMBER 18, 2014 by THE FREEMAN
Distinguished fellow Jeffrey Tucker has written a stirring tribute to FEE. In it, he offers key insights into our place in a burgeoning movement.
Exchange value is inherently unequal
SEPTEMBER 18, 2014 by GARY M. GALLES
Viewing voluntary exchanges as involving equal values leaves people blind to the mutual benefits created by "unequal" exchanges.
Thoughts on prospects for breaking from Britain
SEPTEMBER 16, 2014 by ROBERT RAMSEY
An independent Scotland could be great if things don't go as planned.
The famous French economist should ask where wealth comes from
SEPTEMBER 11, 2014 by STEVE FRITZINGER
Progressives believe Piketty's Capital is the ultimate justification for their political program. But among the flaws in data and methodology is a big blind spot.
SEPTEMBER 09, 2014 by MARK LUTTER
Proprietary cities give decision-makers a monetary incentive to think long-term. They deserve more attention and research.
The current system of interventionism and cronyism will not cure our economic woes
SEPTEMBER 03, 2014 by JAY BOWEN
Calls for a more "inclusive capitalism" distract from the system that has given humanity the greatest increase in living standards ever seen.
AUGUST 29, 2014 by WAYNE OLSON
On Saturday, August 23, 2014, guests from around the world packed the house at FEE's ancestral home in Irvington, New York, to say farewell to the property.
AUGUST 25, 2014 by LANA HARFOUSH
This spring, FEE partnered with MPI to bring 30 young filmakers to the "Big Ideas on the Big Screen" seminar at Chapman University.
AUGUST 25, 2014 by CARRIE LEGGINS
Concluding FEE's summer seminar season, 35 FEE alumni traveled to attend "Communicating Liberty: Advanced Training for FEE Alumni" in Atlanta.
AUGUST 23, 2014
FEE President Larry Reed spoke at the 2014 YAL Convention earlier this month. Watch his talk here.