The Prague Confeence on Political Economy—as an international and interdisciplinary gathering of scholars—has been organized in Prague since 2005, originally by the Liberalni Institute and Faculty of Economics, University of Economics. In 2007, newly established CEVRO Institute joined the group of organizing institutions. Since 2010, CEVRO Institute [school of social and legal studies] has become the main organizer and the whole conference takes place in its beautiful facility.
Audio and video records from previous years are available on
our YouTube channel
Prof. Peter Boettke receiving PCPE 2011 Cuhel Memorial Prize.
Peter Boettke is a professor of economics at George Mason University, the BB&T Professor for the Study of Capitalism, vice president for research, and research director for the Global Prosperity Initiative at the Mercatus Center, and the deputy director of the James M. Buchanan Center for Political Economy. Boettke has authored numerous books and articles (his most recent book Challenging Institutional Analysis and Development: The Bloomington School was published Routledge, 2009). Since 1998 Boettke has served as an editor of the Review of Austrian
Prof. Terry Anderson receiving PCPE 2011 Wieser Memorial Prize.
Terry Anderson is the John and Jean De Nault Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution and also the executive director of PERC—the Property and Environment Research Center—a think tank in Bozeman, Montana, that focuses on market solutions to environmental problems. T. Anderson is the author or editor of thirty books including Free Market Environmentalism which is a pioneering attempt to establish a property-based approach to environment protection. Anderson has published widely in both professional journals and the popular press on private property related issues.
Prof. Richard Epstein receiving PCPE 2010 Wieser Memorial Prize.
Prof. Gerald Steele receiving PCPE 2010 Cuhel Memorial Prize.
For PCPE 2005-2009 see http://pcpe.libinst.cz/pcpe/