3H Movement hosts the last ESFL Regional Conference of the year. Conference has travelled 16 major cities across Europe and will make the last call in Istanbul. The event will take place at Bosphorus University's Demir Demirkan Hall and will present a splendid experience with many prominent experts!

Do not forget to sign up for this tremendous opportunity to meet with world renowned libertarians and some major figures in global liberty movement!

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Date: 06.12.14, 09:00

Event is hosted by 3H (Liberty, Rule of Law, Tolerance) Movement

3H Movement invites young scholars, economists and professionals to an in-depth discussion with Dr. Christopher Lingle.*

Capitalism & inequality has largely been one of the major discussion points among international scholarly circles and the debate has been fueled by Dr. Piketty's sensational work "Capital in the 21st Century"

- Has inequality risen?
- Has the income gap deepened among rich and poor?
- Who is to blame?

In the second session we invite you to a mind opening discussion with Dr. Lingle on the major disagreements within libertarianism today.

- Fractional reserve banking
- Intellectual property rights
- Non-aggression principle

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Christopher LINGLE earned a doctorate in economics from the University of Georgia in 1977. Since then, he has been employed at universities in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and USA.

He is Visiting Professor at Universidad Francisco Marroquín (Guatemala), Adjunct Scholar at the Centre for Independent Studies (Sydney), Research Scholar at the Centre for Civil Society (New Delhi), and Member of the Academic Advisory Council of the Globalization Institute (Brussels).

Dr. LINGLE’s research interests are in the areas of Political Economy and International Economics. He focuses upon emerging market economies and public policy reform in Europe, East Asia, Latin America and Southern Africa. His work has appeared as chapters in books, the international media, and scholarly journals.

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Session 1 14.00 – 15.00
Coffee Break 15.00 – 15.15
Q & A – Discussion 15.15 – 16.00
Coffee Break 16.00 – 16.15
Session 2 16.15 – 17.15
Q & A – Discussion 17.30 – 18.15

1st Session: Capitalism & Inequality: Does free market economy increase the inequality among rich and poor?
2nd Session: Inside the global liberty movement

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Date: 17.08.14, 13:45