Santa Clara University

Transcripts of CSI Lectures in Chronological Order: 

Daniel Klein, Associate Professor of Economics, Santa Clara University: 
"Hayek and the Liberal Odyssey" (PDF format)

Deirdre McCloskey, Professor Human Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago: 
"What's Wrong With Being Anti-Bourgeois?" (PDF format)

David Friedman, Professor of Economics and Law, SCU: 
"The Private Production and Enforcement of Law: Past, Present, Future" (PDF format)

Daniel Klein, Associate Professor of Economics, SCU:
"Ten Good Reasons Not to Vote" (PDF format)

John McWhorter, Associate Professor of Linguistics, University of California, Berkeley: 
"Losing the Race: Self-Sabotage in Black America

Jennifer Roback Morse, Stanford Hoover Institute:
"Love and Economics: Why the Laissez-Faire Family doesn't Work" (PDF format)

Erin Adrian, Santa Clara University graduate and Stanford University Law Student:
"Why Is Housing So Expensive in Silicon Valley?" (PDF format)

Robert Finocchio, Leavy School of Business Professor, SCU
"Silicon Valley Paradox: Why So Little Support for the Free Market Among Business Leaders?"

Daniel Klein and William Sundstrom
"Should Americans Be Allowed to Discriminate? "
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View Professor Klein's Rejoinder (PDF format)

View Professor Sundstrom's Rejoinder (PDF format)

Stephen Davies, Manchester Metropolitan University
"Spencer's Law: How Causes Get Governmentalized?" (PDF format) 

Samuel Gregg, resident scholar of the Acton Institute in Michigan and editor of the journal Markets and Morality
"Universal Principles for a Harmonious Globalization: Insights from Catholic Social Teaching" (PDF format)

Timur Kuran, Professor of Economics and Law, and King Faisal Professor of Islamic Thought and Culture at the University of Southern California
"The Religious Undertow of Middle Eastern Economic Grievances: A Perspective on Militant Islamism" (PDF format)

Robert Lawson, Professor of Economics and George H. Moor Chair in the School of Management at Capital University, Columbus, Ohio
"Economic Freedom and Human Betterment" (PDF format)

Fred Foldvary, Professor of Economics at Santa Clara University
"Abolish the IMF" (PDF format)

Charles Baird, Chairman and Professor of Economics, Cal State Hayward
"Labor Unions and Their Legal Privileges" (PDF format)

Clifford Thies,Eldon R. Lindsay Professor of Economics and Finance at Shenandoah University, Winchester, Virginia
"American Politics in Two Dimensions: Left, Right, and Libertarian" Handout (PDF format)
"American Politics in Two Dimensions: Left, Right, and Libertarian" Presentation Slides (PDF format)