Join us on October 20th at 6:30pm

Are free markets still relevant for today's Europe? Across the political spectrum, interventionism is back in vogue. Critics on the left are pushing for stakeholder capitalism and ESG requirements, while critics on the right are invoking the claims of economic nationalism and corporatism. While these are perennial debates, it is worth considering them anew in the current environment. Please join us on October 20th at 6:30pm for a lecture with Samuel Gregg as he explores the future of markets in Europe and suggests a path forward for freedom and prosperity. 

Thank you to the Széchenyi István College for Advanced Studies for their partnership on this event.

Lecture Address:

Corvinus University of Budapest, Building C, X. lecture hall

Budapest, Közraktár u. 4-6, 1093

Samuel Gregg
Samuel Gregg is Distinguished Fellow in Political Economy at the American Institute for Economic Research, and an Affiliate Scholar at the Acton Institute. The author of 17 books—including the prize-winning The Commercial Society (Rowman &Littlefield), Wilhelm Röpke’s Political Economy (Edward Elgar), Becoming Europe (Encounter), the prize-winning Reason, Faith, and the Struggle for Western Civilization (Regnery), and most recently, The Next American Economy: Nation, State, and Markets in an Uncertain World (Encounter), as well as over 400 articles and opinion-pieces—he writes regularly on political economy, finance, American conservatism, Western civilization, and natural law theory. He is a Contributing Editor at Law & Liberty and a Visiting Scholar in the B. Kenneth Simon Center for American Studies at the Heritage Foundation. He can be followed on Twitter @drsamuelgregg