Liberty Seminars 2015, Day 3
26 Sep 2015

We started the third day of the Liberty Seminars 2015 with "A Student's Essay That Changed the World" by Zoltan Kesz. Later, Chris Snowdon of the Institute of Economic Affairs explained why inequality matters. After lunch, the participants engaged in a discussion about the solutions to poverty and inequality, and a discussion about a guaranteed national income ran by Cato Institute's Michael Tanner. The academic program in evening hours was devoted to sessions about lifestyle regulation and its consequences, and to a case of crony capitalism in Hungary.

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