The Center for Institutional Analysis and Development & The Konrad Adenauer Foundation are recruiting students, MA students and fresh grads in human and social sciences for The September School of Philosophy, Economics and Politics, scheduled for September 5 – 9, 2012, Craiasa Muntilor, Moeciu de Sus, Brasov.
Classes, room and board (but not transportation!) are paid by the organizers within the limit of 25 applicants.
Prospective schedule:
Wednesday, 5th
4:30pm: Opening addresses by Florin Sari, Program Coordinator, Romania Office, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung and Ionut Sterpan, Program Coordinator, Center for Institutional Analysis and Development.
5pm: Jerry Gaus: Classical Liberalisms.
7pm: Dinner
Thursday, 6th:
10am:Michael Munger: Truly Voluntary Exchange.
12am:Virgil Storr: Defending the Market.
5pm:Book launch. Schmidtz, David.  2012. Elements of Justice, tr. R. by Tudor Glodeanu and Ionut Sterpan: Elemente ale dreptatii. Bucuresti: Humanitas.
7pm: Dinner
Friday, 7th
10am:Michael Munger: Dealing With Pollution through Free Trade.
12am:Virgil Storr: Entrepreneurship and Post-Disaster Recovery.
5pm:David Schmidtz: When is Private Appropriation Required, When is Communal Property Preferable.
7pm: Dinner
Saturday, 8th
10am:Workshop on the Evolution of Social Norms.
12am:Jerry Gaus: Social Rules. The Outcome of Evolution and the Object of Rational Improvement.
5pm: Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Workshop on Ordoliberalism and the Social Market Economy.
6:30pm: Farewell Address by Sven Irmer, Executive Director, Romania Office, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.
7pm: Dinner
10pm: Farewell Party
Sunday, 9th
11pm:Workshop on Civil Society and Political Participation in the US, Germany, Romania.
1pm: Lunch

How to apply:
In less than half a page, please state, in English, your thoughts about a political, economic or social doctrine.
Please send your applications to Ionut at ionut.sterpan[a] by July 30.
Make sure you mention your name, affiliation and contact data.
Successful applicants will be notified by August 10.