UPDATE: Due to the increasing concerns regarding the imminent spread of COVID-19 in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, the Center for Study of Public Choice is canceling this year's Public Choice Outreach Summer Conference in order to limit exposure and minimize risk.
We regret any inconvenience and disappointment this may cause. Your health and safety is, and will always be, our top priority. Therefore, throughout the Spring, we will continue to update our website with Public Choice information.
Next up - Alex Tabarrok’s 2016 Adam Smith Week guest lecture: What’s Democracy Good For? Voting Paradoxes & the Theory of Democracy.” Enjoy:
Look at our Faculty Blogs to get the latest on their research and virtual instruction.
The Public Choice Outreach Conference is a compact lecture series designed as a "crash course" in Public Choice for students planning careers in academia, journalism, law, or public policy. Graduate students and advanced undergraduates are eligible to apply. Many past participants of the Outreach seminar have gone on to notable careers in academia, law and business.