8 participants
8 weeks
Free hard copy of the book
Join the elite!

We’re excited to announce an extension to the application deadline for our special edition of Socratic Reading Circles. This unique program, designed to cultivate critical thinking, effective communication, and a deep understanding of free market principles, is now accepting applications until January 10th, 2024.

Here’s what you can expect:

  • Develop your reasoning and understanding: Dive deep into Per Bylund’s “How to Think about the Economy: A Primer” through engaging Socratic discussions with like-minded individuals.
  • Gain life-changing economic literacy: This accessible book unlocks the secrets of how the economy works, empowering you to make informed decisions and engage in meaningful conversations.
  • Connect with the best minds: Interact with fellow participants from across the US, forming a valuable network of critical thinkers and free-market advocates.
  • Learn from the author himself: Join a special session featuring Per Bylund, where you can ask questions and gain insights directly from the source.
  • Become part of the Liberty International community: Gain access to the exclusive Liberty International Alumni Group, fostering lifelong connections and intellectual growth.

Become a part of this unique cohort of the elite Socratic Reading Circles to get a better understanding of free market principles and individual freedom. Liberty International will select 8 of the most promising applicants to engage in the project FOR FREE! Online sessions will be held once a week between January 25th – March 14th, 2024, every Thursday at 7 PM GMT.

Each participant will be awarded a physical copy of the book and an opportunity to interact with the greatest minds from all over the world. Successful applicants will also get access to the Liberty International Alumni Group. During the last session, we will be joined by the author of the book himself. There will be a possibility to interact with the author and ask questions.

This unique edition of Socratic Reading Circles will discuss the “How to Think about the Economy: A Primer”, written by Per Bylund. This little book was written to accomplish something big: economic literacy. It is intentionally kept very short to be inviting rather than intimidating. You will gain life-changing understanding of how the economy works in practically no time.

Application now open until January 10th, 2024. Apply by filling out the form below.

About the book

How to Think about the Economy: A Primer

This little book was written to accomplish something big: economic literacy. It is intentionally kept very short to be inviting rather than intimidating. You will gain life-changing understanding of how the economy works in practically no time.

Per Bylund will make you excited about what economics has to offer. Because economic literacy is mind-opening. Sound economic reasoning is an enormously powerful tool for understanding both the economy and society. Economic literacy uncovers what is going on under the surface and why things work out as they do. There is no magic to it. In fact, economic literacy is necessary to properly understand the world.

Short, direct, axiomatically unassailable, and devastating to the mythology of modern economics. This book not only promote Mises’ views, but refutes and attacks the tragicomic orthodoxy of today’s economics mainstream.

About the author

Per Bylund

Per L. Bylund, Ph.D., is associate professor of entrepreneurship and Johnny D. Pope Chair in the School of Entrepreneurship at Oklahoma State University. His research focuses on entrepreneurship and prosperity creation, often inspired by the “Austrian” perspective, and has been published widely. He was previously in Hankamer School of Business at Baylor University and the Trulaske College of Business at the University of Missouri, and has worked professionally on three continents.

Socratic Reading Circles US Edition
If you are selected there will be a hard copy of the book sent to you.
0 of 80 max words
0 of 80 max words
10. To receive future program updates and opportunities, would you like to subscribe to our monthly newsletter?
Start Over

About the organizer

Our Mission

Our purpose is to bring liberty to every corner of the world by sharing the philosophy and benefits of freedom, with special emphasis on educating newcomers. We spread liberty and foster a global network of freedom champions, empowering them to become change agents in their own countries.

Our Vision

Our vision is simple: we want to make freedom a global matter. All our activities aim at bringing philosophy of liberty closer to every person around the world. We believe that it doesn’t matter where we start as long as we build relations. This is why most of the people we work with are students and recent graduates. We see the world free of governmental overpower yet full of individual responsibility. We see world freer, more open, and more individualized.