Monday was the first full day for students at Mises U, and all talks are now available in Mp3 format here. The day began with a series of lectures by Joseph Salerno, Guido Hulsmannm, and David Gordon. Students then met for lunch on the Mises Institute patio. (Photos here.)
The afternoon lecture series followed with talks by Jeffrey Herbener, Lucas Engelhardt, and Roger Garrison, followed by dinner at the Mises Institute. Robert Higgs delivered an additional lecture for graduate students on economic history and government statistics. (More photos here.)
Following dinner, Judge Andrew P. Napolitano presented (see photos here) the first in his series of lectures on US Constitutional law, followed by a social hour.
11:52 am on July 22, 2014 Email Ryan McMaken