We are pleased to announce a new event in the occasional Mises Evening series, hosted at Ceai la Vlaicu, on Friday, June 28, 2013, at 19 hours. The speaker will be the young Austrian School thinker Nikolay Gertchev. The title of his speech is:
An Economist’s View of the Eurosistem’s Money Creation Methods
Nikolay Gertchev is from Varna, Bulgaria, holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas, and currently works as economist at the European Comission in Bruxelles. He is well known in the academic world for his doctoral research on currency boards, his critique of the rational expectations theory, and his studies in monetary and financial theory.
He was a Rowley Fellow and receiver of the Laurence W. Fertig Prize from the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama. Also, he is a member of and frequent speaker at the Hoppean Property and Freedom Society in Bodrum, Turkey.
Here is a selection of his works based on his Wikiliberal page
- 2002, The case Against Currency Boards, The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, Vol 5, n°4, Winter, pp57-75
- 2003, The Case for Gold, Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, Vol. 6, n°4, Winter, pp. 117-126
- 2004, Dehomogenizing Mises’ Monetary Thought, Journal of Libertarian Studies, Vol 18, n°3, summer, pp. 57-90
- 2006, commentaire du livre de Richard C. K. Burdekin et de Pierre L. Siklos, Deflation: Current and Historical Perspectives, Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, Vol 9, n°1, spring, pp. 89–98
- 2007, A Critique of Adaptive and Rational Expectations, Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, Vol 10, n°4, pp. 313-329
- 2009, Securitization and Fractional Reserve Banking, In: Jörg Guido Hülsmann, Stephan Kinsella, ed., Property, Freedom and Society. Essays in Honor of Hans-Hermann Hoppe, Auburn: Ludwig von Mises Institute, pp. 283-300
- 2012, The Inter-Bank Market in the Perspective of Fractional Reserve Banking, in Jörg Guido Hülsmann, ed., The Theory of Money and Fiduciary Media, Auburn: Ludwig von Mises Institute, pp. 209-229.
Here is his Mises Daily articles page: