glyph 35: history of freeorder . important confluences


 

The Mont Pelerin Society

Mont Pelerin Society, Switzerland, First Meeting, 1 April 1947

Founders: F. A. Hayek, Albert Hunold

Attended first meeting:

Maurice Allais, Paris
Carlo Antoni, Rome
Hans Barth, Zurich
Karl Brandt, Stanford, California
John Davenport, New York
Stanley R. Dennison, Cambridge
Aaron Director, Chicago
Walter Eucken, Freiburg
Erich Eyck, Oxford
Milton Friedman, Chicago
H. D. Gideonese, Brooklyn
F. D. Graham, Princeton
F. A. Harper, Irvington-on-Hudson, New York
F. A. Hayek, London
Henry Hazlitt, New York
T. J. B. Hoff, Oslo
Albert Hunold, Zurich
Bertrand de Jouvenel, Chexbres, Vaud
Carl Iversen, Copenhagen
John Jewkes, Manchester
F. H. Knight, Chicago
Fritz Machlup, Buffalo
L. B. Miller, Detroit
Ludwig von Mises, New York
Felix Morley, Washington, D.C.
Michael Polanyi, Manchester
Karl R. Popper, London
William E. Rappard, Geneva
Leonard E. Read, Irvington-on-Hudson, New York
Lionel Robbins, London
Wilhelm Ropke, Geneva
George J. Stigler, Providence, Rhode Island
Herbert Tingsten, Stockholm
Francois Trevoux, Lyon
V. Orville Watts, Irvington-on-Hudson, New York
C. V. Wedgwood, London

Invited but unable to attend: Charles Morgan, London

Hayek's opening address reprinted in his Studies in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, University of Chicago Press, 1967

History of the Mont Pelerin Society
http://www.the-rathouse.com/2011/Hartwell-MPS.html

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