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International Conference

June 11-12, 2015

Washington, DC

The New Science and Economics of Climate Change

This International Conference on Climate Change will explore these important questions:

  1. Is it time for the US Congress to take a fresh look at climate science and examine the economic impacts of past and current laws.
  2. Is it time for Congress to explore better science-based policies for energy and the environment?
  3. In short: Isn’t it time to start over on the question of global warming?

Event in Berlin

June 18, 2015

Berlin, Albrechtstraße 13

Venezuela - A Failing Utopia

16 years after Hugo Chavez moved Venezuela towards socialism, the country is facing an ever deepening economic, social and political crisis. The Venezuelan expert José Cordeiro will present how interventionist policies failed to use the country's enormous oil reserves to create large scale wealth.


The Report of the

International Panel on Climate Change

NIPCC Report

Coauthored and edited by S. Fred Singer, Ph.D., and Craig Idso, Ph.D., the report is a comprehensive rebuttal of the Working Group I contribution to the Fourth Assessment Report (2007) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

About the new EU Constitution

In collaboration with Open Europe

Poll shows 77% of German voters want a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty

The Institute for Free Enterprise in collaboration with Open Europe published a new poll which shows that 77% of Germans want to be given a say on the Lisbon Treaty in a national referendum.


New Publication

IUF Comment

Jessica Wright

The Power of the Poor

Essay for the blog contest sponsored by Free to Choose Media, promoting Hernando DeSoto's new documentary "The Power of the Poor". See a video preview of the documentary at this link.


Essay Question: "What institutions can enable the world's poor to realize their power and achieve prosperity?"


Read the essay at the link below...



Yes, I want current messages of the Institute for Free Enterprise:


Ludwig von Mises (1881-1973)

"All people, however fanatical they may be in their zeal to disparage and to fight capitalism, implicitly pay homage to it by passionately clamoring for the products it turns out."

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