Events

Seminar: The Phenomon of Hoarding still Matches Austrian Business Cycle Theory

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On May 13rd, Shalom Institute had a seminar in Madrid, Spain. The seminar had two sections. This activity was cooperated by the TBI Translation Madrid Office and local friends.

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Section A: “Study on Chapter 5 of Man, Economy and State ”. Elias Huber, who is from Germany and is the PhD candidate of King Juan Carlos University, hosted this section.

Section B “The Phenomenon of Hoarding still Matches Austrian Business Cycle Theory”. William Hongsong Wang, who is from Shanghai and is the PhD candidate of Complutense University of Madrid, hosted this section.

Events

Seminar: Should libertarians vote for anti-migration parties?

2.picOn May 5th, Shalom Institute had a seminar in Madrid, Spain

On May 5th, Shalom Institute had a seminar in Madrid, Spain. The seminar had four sections. This activity is cooperated by the TBI Translation Madrid Office and local friends.

Section A: “Study on Chapter 5 of Man, Economy and State ”. Christian Schneider, who is from Germany and is the PhD candidate of King Juan Carlos University, hosted this section.

Section B “The Effect of Growing Population in Economy”. Antonio Vegas, who is from Malaga, Spain and holds the Master Degree of Finance in Carlos III University of Madrid, hosted this section.

Section C: “Should Libertarians Vote For Anti-Migration Parties? ”. Elias Huber, who is from Germany and is the PhD candidate of King Juan Carlos University, hosted this section.

Section D “Review of Chilean Market Reform”. William Hongsong Wang, who is from Shanghai and is the PhD candidate of Complutense University of Madrid, hosted this section.

Events

Seminar: Review of “How China Became Capitalist” and Immigration Situation in Germany

3On April 30th, Shalom Institute held a seminar in Madrid, Spain.

On April 30th, Shalom Institute held a seminar in Madrid, Spain. The seminar has two sections. This activity is cooperated by the TBT Translation Madrid Office and local friends.

Section A “Review of ‘How China Became Capitalist’” was hosted by William Hongsong Wang, who is from Shanghai and is the PhD candidate of Complutense University of Madrid (Universidad Complutense de Madrid).

Section B “Review of “Immigration Situation in Germany ” was hosted by Elias Huber, who is from Germany and is the PhD candidate of King Juan Carlos University (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos).

Events

Seminar: Central Banks in Liquidity Management

IMG_8016Seminar on “Central Banks in Liquidity Management”.

On April 21st, Shalom Institute held a seminar in Madrid, Spain. The seminar has one section.This activity is cooperated by the TBT Translation Madrid Office and local friends.

Section  ” Central Banks in Liquidity Management” was hosted by Antonio Vegas, who is from Malaga, Spain and holds the Master Degree of Finance in Carlos III University of Madrid (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid).

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Seminar: Financial system in North Korea; Study on Chapter 5 and 6 of Man, Economy and State

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Group study on Man, Economy and State.

On April 15, Shalom Institute held a seminar in Madrid, Spain. The seminar has two sections.This activity is cooperated by the TBT Translation Madrid Office and local friends.

Section A “Study on Chapter 5 and 6 of Man, Economy and State” was hosted by Christian Schneider, who is from Germany and is the PhD candidate of King Juan Carlos University (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos).

Section B “The financial system in North Korea” was hosted by William Hongsong Wang, who is from Shanghai and is the PhD candidate of Complutense University of Madrid (Universidad Complutense de Madrid).

Events

Seminar: Compensation Criteria; Carl Menger and School of Salamanca; Possible Problems in Free Banking System

Shalom’s Seminar has come back this year! On 1st April, Shalom Institute has it’s first seminar in 2016, which was in three sections.

Section A:  “Compensation Criteria” was hosted by ChristianChristian Schneider, who is from Germany and is the PhD candidate of King Juan Carlos University (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos).

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Section B:  “Carl Menger and School of Salamanca” was hosted by Elias Huber, who is from Germany and is the PhD candidate of King Juan Carlos University (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos).
Section C: “Possible Problems in Free Banking System” was hosted by William Hongsong Wang and Antonio Vegas. William is the acting director of Shalom Institute and is from Shanghai who is the PhD candidate of Complutense University of Madrid (Universidad Complutense de Madrid). Antonio is from Spain and is a researcher from the Shalom Institute and has graduated with a masters degree of finance from the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Carlos III University of Madrid).