Institute for Liberal Studies event: Monetary Policy in the 21st Century an Austrian Perspective

The Institute for Liberal Studies and the Ludwig von Mises Institute of Canada are hosting an event tomorrow in Toronto that discusses Austrian monetary theory. Don't worry if it isn't a topic that you know a lot about. It won't be too heavy on economic jingoism and anyone is welcome to attend. I have found talks hosted by ILS in the past to be highly informative and the people are absolutely amazing.

Here are the details:

Presented by the Ludwig von Mises Institute of Canada and the Institute for Liberal Studies

Sponsored by Maple Leaf Metals

Registration is $20 and includes lunch. Full-time students can have the registration fee waived by registering at
As governments grapple with the daily news of doom and gloom in the wake of the great recession the question is being asked, who is to blame for the financial crisis? To answer this question, an increasing number of people are turning to the Austrian school of economic thought.

On October 22 the Ludvig von Mises Institute of Canada and the Institute for Liberal Studies will be co-hosting a seminar discussing monetary policy and free banking. Among the topics discussed will be:

- A comparison of free banking and central banking
- The ethics of central banks
- Canada’s history of free banking
- Central banking and the great depression
- How to unwind the Current system

Registration and bookstore open at 9:30 a.m., with the first session at 10:00 a.m., and the last session ending at 4:00 p.m.

The Ludwig von Mises Institute of Canada is a Registered Charity issuing tax deductible receipts for qualifying donations. (Charitable Registration number 81905 0113 RR0001)