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  • "Nurbek Orozobaev"
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      > GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS
      >
      > 1. Hudson Institute Resident Fellowships, Indianapolis, IN
      > 2. Lincoln Fellows, Claremont Institute, CA
      > 3. FIRE Internships, Philadelphia, PA
      > 4. Drug Policy Alliance Internships
      >
      >
      > AWARDS
      >
      > 5. Friedman Prize, San Francisco, May 6
      >
      > JOB OPPORTUNITIES
      >
      > 6. Executive Director, Collegiate Network, DE
      > 7. Economics, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
      > 8. Economic Education, Florida State University
      > 9. Economics, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
      > 10. Economic Development & International Economics, Sofia University, Japan
      > 11. International Studies, US Studies, Communications, Rockford College, IL
      > 12. Public Policy, Central European University, Budapest
      >
      > CONFERENCES
      >
      > 13. IHS at APEE, Nassau, April 4-6
      > 14. A Liberal Agenda for a New Century, Moscow & St Petersburg, April 8-9,12
      > 15. European and International Affairs, Athens, May 27-29
      > 16. National Association of Scholars, New York, May 21-23
      > 17. Workshop for Italian PhD Students in Economics, Salerno, May 27-28
      > 18. IHS Social Change Workshop, University of Virginia, June 19-25
      > 19. Institute for Justice Law Student Conference, Georgetown, July 30-
      > August 2
      > 20. Austrian Economics, FEE, Irvington NY, July 25-July 31
      > 21. Economic Methodology, University of Copenhagen, Aug 2-22
      > 22. Southern Economics Association, New Orleans, LA, Nov 21-23
      >
      > TEACHING AND RESEARCH TOOLS
      > 23. The Devil's Footpath in Africa video
      > 24. Economic Research Institute Papers
      >
      > PUBLICATIONS
      >
      > 25. Sowell on affirmative action
      > 26. Hardin on indeterminacy
      > 27. Rauch on Gay Marriage
      > 28. Lawson & Seidman on US territorial expansion
      > 29. Breen on consumers and American independence
      > 30. Freys on the French Revolution
      > 31. Clark on pre-Smith capitalism
      > 32. Roth on a conservative economics
      > 33. DeGregori on organic agriculture
      > 34. Gunning on public choice
      > 35. Lal on Indian history
      > 36. Davies on The Right to Joke
      > 37. Creppell on Toleration and Identity
      > 38. Crockett et al on the financial services industry
      > 39. Melnyk on physicalism
      > 40. Culter on ethical argument
      > 41. Cuzan, Heggen & Bundrick on Voters and Presidents
      > 42. Ryn on America the Virtuous
      > 43. Ryn on peace
      > 44. Shanor & Hogue on national security and military law
      > 45. Samuels et al on economic history
      > 46. Kotlikoff & Burns on the demographic crisis
      > 47. Wilson on the Harvard Cyclotrons
      > 48. Dougherty on Maritain
      > 49. Pojman on The Moral Life
      > 50 Pickerill on Congress and the Constitution
      > 51 Ahiakpor on classical macroeconomics
      > 52. Harper on entrepreneurship
      > 53. Minford on Alan Walters and money
      > 54. Polsby on How Congress Evolves
      > 55. Horowitz on social research
      > 56.olf et al on China's problems W
      > 57 Ku on states and international law
      > 58. Klein on why people love government IHS Programs
      >
      > 59. IHS Summer Seminars
      >
      > ------------------------------------
      >
      > GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS
      >
      > 1. Resident Fellowships, Hudson Institute, Indianapolis, IN
      > The Hudson Institute offer Herman Kahn Residential Fellowships to support PhD candidates who have completed their course work and have only to finish writing their dissertations. Fellows must be working in the following areas: Criminology, Education, Social Welfare Policy & Civil Society, Economic Development & Urban Planning, International Political Economy & Security. Stipend is $18,000. Deadline: April 1
      > www.Hudson.org
      >
      > 2. Lincoln Fellowships, Claremont Institute, CA
      > Lincoln Fellows are working in the area of public policy and understand the need to shape public opinion to recover limited government. Lincoln Fellows participate in a program in Newport Beach, CA, August 7-15, in which they study the Founding, the Progressive era, and contemporary politics. Contact Thomas Krannawitter at tkrannawiter@... or visit
      > www.Claremont.org/projects/Lincoln/2004.html
      >
      > 3. Internships, Foundation for Individual Rights in Education
      > FIRE offers paid internships for June 2 to August 30, including for law students, at their offices in Philadelphia.
      >
      > 4. Internships, Drug Policy Alliance
      > The Office of Legislative Affairs of the Drug Policy Alliance is seeking interns for their Washington DC office. The internship is paid for graduate students and unpaid for undergraduates. Deadline: March 15. Contact Caren Woodson at
      > cwoodson@...
      > www.dpf.org/about/jobsfunding/jobs/jobinternona.cfm
      >
      >
      > The Office of Legal Affairs of the Drug Policy Alliance in Oakland, CA, is seeking legal interns. Contact Brenda Smeeton at bsmeeton@....
      > www.dpf.org/about/jobsfunding/jobs/joblegalintern.cfm
      >
      > AWARDS
      >
      > 5. Friedman Prize, San Francisco, May 6
      > The Milton Friedman Prize for Advancing Liberty will be awarded at a dinner at the Ritz Carlton, San Francisco on May 6, organized by the Cato Institute. lalbanes@...
      > www.cato.org
      >
      > JOB OPPORTUNITIES
      >
      > 6. Executive Director, Collegiate Network, Wilmington, DE
      > The Collegiate Network, an alliance of alternative college newspapers, is seeking a new executive director. Deadline: June 1. Contact Eileen Duke at eduke@... or visit http://www.isi.org/about/employ_opp/content/cn_executive_director.pdf.
      >
      > 7. Economics, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
      > The Graduate School of Management at Cornell University seeks an assistant,
      > associate, or full professor of Economics, with completed dissertation or
      > at the dissertation stage. Professor Robert Frank.
      > www.cornell.edu
      >
      > 8. Economic Education, Florida State University
      > FSU seeks an Assistant Director for the Gus A. Stavros Center for the Advancement of Free Enterprise and Economic Education. The appointee will
      > be a non-tenure track instructor.
      > www.fsu.edu/~stavros/
      >
      > 9. Economics, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
      > The University of Copenhagen seeks associate/assistant professors for three positions in International Economics, Macroeconomics, and Development Economics. Many courses are taught in English.
      > www.econ.ku.dk/jobs
      >
      > 10. Economic Development & International Economics, Sofia University, Japan
      > A tenured position in Economic Development and International Economics is
      > open at Sofia University, Japan, where the language of instruction is English. Japanese is an advantage. Contact Professor Uemura at k-uemura@... or visit www.fcc.sophia.ac.jp.
      >
      > 11. International Studies, US Studies, Communications, Rockford College, IL
      > Rockford College is searching for three tenure track assistant professors in
      > International Studies, US Studies and Communications. Contact the Dean of Academic Affairs.
      > http://chronicle.com/jobs/id.php?id=281777&pg=s
      >
      > 12. Public Policy, Central European University, Budapest
      > CEU seeks Assistant Professor to help launch its MA in Public Policy.
      > Candidate must hold PhD in political science/international relations. Appointment for 2 years and renewable. Deadline: March 31. Contact Professor Diana Stone at stone@....
      > www.ceu.hu/cps/mpp
      >
      >
      > CONFERENCES
      >
      > 13. IHS at APEE, Nassau, April 4-6
      > Nigel Ashford of IHS will be at the annual meeting of the Association for
      > Private Enterprise Education. Please introduce yourself. He will be on a
      > panel directed at graduate students and tenure track professors on Tuesday
      > April 6th at 10:40am.
      > www.apee.org
      >
      > 14. A Liberal Agenda for a New Century, Moscow, April 8-9 & St Petersburg, April 12
      > Cato Institute will be holding a major global conference in Moscow, April 8-9, and in St Petersburg, April 12.
      >
      >
      > 15. European and International Affairs, Athens, May 27-29
      > The Athens Institute for Education and Research and the Institute of International Economic Relations will organize the second international conference on international and European political and economic affairs. Participants will be scholars and students. atiner@...
      >
      > 16. National Association of Scholars, New York, May 21-23
      > The NAS annual meeting is on What Universities and Schools Owe Each Other
      > nas@...
      > www.nas.org
      >
      >
      > 17. Workshop for Italian PhD students in Economics, Salerno, May 27-28
      > The University of Salerno is organizing the first workshop for Italian PhD students in Economics. Students who have completed in 2002-03 or will have finished by 2004-05 are invited to submit papers. All expense paid for those selected. Deadline: April 15. Contact Professor Alberto Bennardo at csef@....
      >
      > 18. IHS Social Change Workshop, University of Virginia, June 19-25
      > This IHS workshop for graduate students has the theme of Rationality and
      > Institutions. Free for those accepted. Deadline: March 31.
      > www.theihs.org/seminars
      >
      > 19. Institute for Justice Law conference, Georgetown University, July 30-August 2
      > The Institute for Justice, a libertarian public interest law firm, organizes
      > a Law Student Conference at Georgetown University. Attendance is free but
      > competitive. Travel scholarships available but competitive. Deadline: March 25. Contact Lisa Msesr at lmoser@....
      > www.ij.org/han
      >
      > 20. Austrian Economics, FEE, Irvington, NY, July 25-31
      > The Foundation for Economic Education is organizing a free summer seminar on
      > Austrian Economics: History, Theory and Prospects for 21st Century at their
      > estate in Irvington-on-Hudson, NY. This program is aimed at graduate students. FEE also runs other summer seminars.
      > www.fee.org/vnews.php?sec=seminars
      >
      > 21. Economic Methodology, University of Copenhagen, August 2-22
      > the University of Copenhagen has organized a summer school in econometric
      > methodology and macroeconomic applications, using the cointegrated VAR model. Deadline: April 30.
      >
      >
      > 22. Southern Economics Association, New Orleans, LA, November 21-23
      > The Southern Economics Association seeks proposals for panels or papers by
      > April 1. cindy@...
      >
      >
      >
      > TEACHING AND RESEARCH TOOLS
      >
      > 23. Devils Footpath in Africa video
      > June Arunga is a 22 year old Kenyan student featured in this BBC television
      > series who traveled throughout the length of Africa. For those living in the
      > Washington DC area, IHS will host a showing of the video at the Cato
      > Institute on March 30, and June Arunga will comment and answer questions.
      > www.cato.org
      > The video, of two 30 minute shows, is available for purchase both in US and UK formats from Insight News.
      > www.insightnewstv.com/footpath
      >
      > 24. Economic Research Institute Papers
      > Nine economic institutes, including the National Bureau for Economic Research and the Center for Law, Economics and Organization, have made their papers available free online though the Economics Research Network. Mail to site@... and include Subscribe Economic Research Papers or go to
      > http://hq.ssrn.com
      >
      > PUBLICATIONS
      >
      > 25. Thomas Sowell, Affirmative Action Around the World: An Empirical Study (Harper & Row, 2004)
      > Sowell reports on the unexpected consequences of affirmative action programs
      > in Russia, China, Malaysia, Nigeria and elsewhere. 30% off from Laissez Faire Books.
      > http://www.lfb.com/products.asp?dept=40
      > www.tsowell.com
      >
      > 26. Russell Hardin, Indeterminacy and Society (Princeton University Press,
      > November 2003)
      > Indeterminacy is pervasive and intractable. Hardin identifies how theorists from Hobbes to Rawls have ignored this problem and suggests how social theories would be improved if they assumed interdeterminacy was the normal state of affairs.
      > www.pupress.princeton.edu
      >
      > 27. Jonathan Rauch, Gay Marriage: why it is good for gays, good for straights and good for America (Henry Holt, April 2004)
      > Rauch argues that gay marriage is the best way to preserve and protect society s most essential institution. The website also describes his book tour.
      > www.henryholt.com/holt/gaymarriage.htm
      >
      > 28.Gary Lawson & Guy Seidman, The Constitution of Empire: Territorial
      > Expansion and American Legal History (Yale University Press, March 2004)
      > This book offers a constitutional and historical survey of American territorial expansion form the founding era to the present day. The authors describe the Constitution s design for territorial acquisition and governance and examine the ways in which practice has diverged from the original vision.
      > www.yale.edu/yup
      >
      > 29. Timothy Breen, Marketplace of Revolution: How Consumer Politics Shaped
      > American Independence (Oxford University Press, February 2004)
      > Breen demonstrates how consumer products and commerce helped to create a
      > sense of American identity during the period of the American revolution.
      > www.oup-usa.org
      >
      > 30. Linda Frey & Marsha Frey, The French Revolution (Greenwood Press, 2004)
      > The Freys examine a number of orthodoxies about the French Revolution and its ambiguous legacy. They give particular attention to the role of international relations and the army.
      > www.greenwood.com
      >
      > 31. Henry Clark ed., Commerce, Culture and Liberty: Readings on Capitalism before Adam Smith (Liberty Fund, 2003)
      > This collection of 37 essays brings together the most significant pre-Adam Smith writings on the political dimensions of capitalism.
      > www.libertyfund.org
      >
      > 32. Timothy Roth, Equality, Rights, and the Autonomous Self: Towards A
      > Conservative Economics (Edward Elgar, May 2004)
      > The author uses Kant to inform the conservative s constitutive political position, and animate the consequence-detached, explicitly normative work of the conservative, constitutional political economist.
      > www.e-elgar.co.uk
      >
      > 33. Thomas DeGregori, Origins of the Organic Agricultural Debate (Blackwell, November 2003)
      > Providing a critique of the organics movement, the author argues that organic chemistry, genetics and molecular biology have been essential to twentieth century advances in agriculture and are instrumental in ensuring there is enough food for everyone.
      > www.uh.edu/~trdegreg/books.html
      >
      > 34. Patrick Gunning, Understanding Democracy: An Introduction to Public Choice (Taipei, Nomad Press, December 2003)
      > This is a comprehensive introduction to public choice, and its application to democracy, political science and economics.
      > http://nomadpress.com/public_choice
      >
      > 35. Vinay Lal, The History of History: Politics and Scholarship in Modern India (Delhi Oxford University Press, October 2003)
      > This book charts the ascendancy of the historical mode of thinking in modern India by providing an account of debates on Indian history.
      > www.oup-usa.org
      >
      > 36. Christie Davies, The Right to Joke (London, Social Affairs Unit, 2004)
      > The leading British sociologist of humor defends the right to joke against political correctness.
      > www.socialaffairsunit.org.uk
      >
      > 37. Ingrid Creppell, Toleration and Identity: Foundations in Early Modern Thought (Routledge, 2003)
      > The history of toleration s emergence as an explicit value in early modern Europe, when thinkers worked to construct political and cultural values to bridge group identities undergirds this reinterpretation of toleration in response to today s identity conflicts.
      > www.routledge-ny.com
      >
      > 38. Andrew Crockett, Trevor Harris, Frederic Mishkin & Eugene White, Conflicts of Interest in the Financial Services Industry (Geneva, CEPR, 2003)
      > The authors argue that the combination of market discipline, supplemented by
      > mandatory disclosure of conflicts and supervisory oversight, are sufficient to contain the exploitation of conflicts of interest.
      > www.cepr.org
      >
      > 39. Andrew Melnyk, A Physicalist Manifesto: Thoroughly Modern Materialism (Cambridge University Press, 2003)
      > Melnyk aims to formulate, explore the consequences of, and assemble evidence
      > for, a comprehensive materialist and reductionist view of the world according to which, crudely, everything in the world owes its existence to the antics of microphysical phenomena as studied by current physics.
      > http://us.cambridge.org
      >
      > 40. Hugh Cutler, Ethical Argument (Oxford University Press, February 2004)
      > The author provides a sustained critique of ethical relativism that involves
      > the reader in critical thinking while the same time teaching critical
      > thinking skills.
      >
      >
      > 41. Alfred Cuzan, Richard Heggen & Charles Bundrick, Voters and Presidents: A Fiscal Model (Xlibris, 2003)
      > www.xlibris.com
      >
      > 42. Claes Ryn, America the Virtuous: the Crisis of Democracy and the Quest
      > for Empire (Transaction, 2004)
      > Ryn explains the emergence to power of a new American ideology, the New
      > Jacobinism, which encompasses an imperialistic view of America s role of the
      > world, and demonstrates an erosion of traditional American constitutional restraints and liberties.
      > www.transactionpub.com
      >
      > 43. Claes Ryn, A Common Human Ground: Universality and Particularity in a Multicultural World (University of Missouri Press, 2004)
      > This is a philosophical study of the moral and cultural requirements of peace, and rejects both ahistorical universalism and postmodernist multiculturalism and argues for values-centered historicism.
      > www.system.missouri.edu/upress
      >
      > 44. Charles Shanor & Lynn Hogue, National Security and Military Law in a Nutshell (Thomson West, 2003)
      > http://west.Thomson.com/store
      >
      > 45. Warren Samuels, Willie Henderson, Kirk Johnson and Marianne Johnson, Essays on the History of Economics (Routledge, 2004)
      > Four essays on the history of economic thought, on Smith and Veblen, and how
      > the subject is treated in textbooks.
      > www.routledge-ny.com
      >
      > 46. Laurence Kotlikoff & Scott Burns, The Coming Generational Storm (MIT Press, April 2004)
      > The authors examine the remarkable ageing of the US population, the fatal disaster this process portends, and the efforts of politicians to keep the public from recognizing it.
      > www.mitpress.mit.edu
      >
      > 47. Richard Wilson, History of the Harvard Cyclotrons (Harvard University Press, March 2004)
      > This is a history of the two Harvard University cyclotrons, one of which was sold for $1 to the US government and used in Los Alamos and the other used in medical treatments.
      > www.hup.harvard.edu
      >
      > 48. Jude Dougherty, Jacques Maritain: An Intellectual Profile (Catholic University of America Press, 2003)
      > This is a study of the work of Maritain in the philosophy of art, of science and social and political affairs, with a comparison with Rawls.
      > http://cuapress.cua.edu
      >
      > 49. Louis Pojman ed., The Moral Life (Oxford University Press, 2004)
      > This book brings together moral philosophy and literature, using literary selections to enliven and make concrete moral theory and concepts.
      > www.oup-usa.org
      >
      > 50. Mitchell Pickerill, Constitutional Deliberation in Congress: the Impact of Judicial Review in a Separated System (Duke University Press, 2004)
      > This book analyzes the impact of the Supreme Court s constitutional decisions on Congressional debate and statutory language, contributing to the "constitutionalism outside the courts debates.
      > http://dukeupress.edu
      >
      > 51. James Ahiakpor, Classical Macroeconomics: Some Modern Variation and Distortions (Routledge, 2003)
      > Keynes failed to correctly interpret classical economic concepts, and unfairly dismissed classical explanations and conclusions. This book clarifies classical explanations to resolve continuing theoretical and policy disputes.
      > www.routledge-ny.com
      >
      > 52. David Harper, Foundations of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (Routledge, 2003)
      > This is the first book to deal with entrepreneurship in all its aspects (economic psychological, political, legal and cultural).
      > www.routledge-ny.com
      >
      > 53. Patrick Minford ed., Money Matters: essays in honor of Alan Walters (Edward Elgar, 2004)
      > www.e-elgar.co.uk
      >
      > 54. Nelson Polsby, How Congress Evolves: Social Bases of Institutional Change (Oxford University Press, 2004)
      > Polsby explains how the House of Representatives evolved into current sharp
      > partisan discord from 1937 to the 1960s.
      > www.oup-usa.org
      >
      > 55. Irving Louis Horowitz, Tributes: Personal Reflections of a Century of Social Research (Transaction 2004)
      > This is an intellectual history of social research through essays on 52 thinkers, including Aron, Nisbet, Popper, R. J. Rummel, Szasz and Wildavsky.
      >
      >
      > 56. Charles Wolf, K.C.Yeh. Benjamin Zycher, Nicholas Eberstadt, & Sung-ho Lee, Fault Lines in China s Economic Terrain (Rand, 2003)
      > This study by the National Research Institute at Rand identifies fault lines in China s society that could prevent sustained high levels of economic growth.
      > www.rand.org
      >
      > 57. Julian Ku, The State of New York Does Exist: How the States Control
      > Compliance with International Law , 82 North Carolina Law Review 457 (2004)
      > http://ssrn.com/abstract=491626
      >
      > 58. Daniel Klein, The Peope s Romance: Why People Love Government (as much as they do), Ratio Institute
      > This essay, explaining sympathy for government as sentiment coordination, is
      > currently the most downloaded economic paper in Scandinavia.
      > http://swopec.hhs.se/ratioi/abs/ratioi0031.htm
      >
      > IHS PROGRAMS
      >
      > 59. Summer Seminars
      > IHS will organize 10 summer seminars for students in 2004, all free, ranging from a graduate seminar on Social Change to introductory seminars on liberty. Please encourage your students to visit our seminar website. Deadline March 31.
      > www.theihs.org/seminars
      >
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