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other speaking engagements by Professor Fekete


Madrid NASE

Professor Juan Ramon Rallo and Professor Antal E. Fekete
invite you to
The New Austrian School of Economics In Madrid

18, 19 & 20 April 2014 (Easter weekend)

Lecturers: Professor Juan Ramon Rallo and Professor Antal E. Fekete, Sandeep Jaitly, Rudy Fritsch and Peter Van Coppenolle

Panel 1. Gold and Real Bills Doctrine – Friday 18

4.00 pm Juan Ramón Rallo - Some bad criticisms against the Real Bills Doctrine: Henry Thornton, Lloyd Mints and Robert Blumen

5.00 pm Break time

5.15 pm Rudy Fritsch - The marginal productivity of labour and the reduction of unemployment through reduced costs due to bill circulation

6.15 pm Break time

6.30 pm Peter Van Coppenolle - Gold and the law: some curiosities

Panel 2. Gold extinction price – Saturday 19 10.00 am Antal Fekete - The gold price extinction

11.00 am Break time

11.15 am Sandeep Jaitly - Quantitative easing – the final end game

12.15 am Break time

12.30 am Peter Van Coppenolle - Deconstructing complexity as a survival strategy

Panel 3. The Falling Interest Rate Structure and Deflation – Saturday 19 4.00 pm Antal Fekete - The falling interest rate structure and deflation

5.00 pm Break time

5.15 pm Juan Ramón Rallo - Keynesian liquidity trap and falling interest rates

6.15 pm Break time

6.30 pm Sandeep Jaitly - Post great financial crisis examples of capital destruction in the corporate bond markets

Panel 4. The Gold Coin Standard – Sunday 20 10.00 am Rudy Fritsch - Gold as the touch stone of an honest society vs. lies represented by irredeemable paper

10.45 am Break time

11.00 am Juan Ramón Rallo - Paper and coin: where they are dissimilar

11.45 am Break time

12.00 am Rudy Fritsch – Bit Coin vs. Gold Coin... or 'What is money'?

12.45 am Break time

1.00 pm Antal Fekete - The gold coin standard

the cost is: €199.

The date is Easter 18, 19 and 20th April 2014

Venue is Madrid (Spain)

Location: Paseo dela Castellana 135, floor 4, room 404

Reservations, please email

To register: Click here.

Some Reasons Why You May Want to Attend GSUL
by Tom Szabo,

Professor Antal Fekete is an intellectual heavyweight who could probably solve almost any problem to which he puts his mind. In mathematics, just one of his unpublished theories has the potential to solve the coming bottleneck in computing power and artificial intelligence. Yet it is to the science of monetary theory that the professor has devoted most of his thinking in the past few years, and we are all fortunate that he has done so. Personally, I feel especially lucky to have had a chance to collaborate with him over the past year or two, and I eagerly look forward to many years more.

I may only be exaggerating slightly when I say that the professor's exposition -- right in front of our eyes -- of a unified economic and monetary theory may turn out to be as important scientifically as some of the greatest discoveries in physics, chemistry or medicine. After attending the second Gold Standard University Live session in Szombathely, Hungary, in August of 2007, I coined the phrase "prosperity theory" in an attempt to capture the true meaning of Professor Fekete's work: nothing less than THE BLUEPRINT for how society can have the best chance to prosper. This unified theory is so staggering in its importance that I'm fairly certain people many centuries from now will look back at this period, and the professor's work, as a "Golden Age" of monetary thinking. No, I did not take any drugs while writing this although reading or listening to the professor's sage words can sometimes elicit some drug-like reactions!

I highly recommend that everyone attend as many of the professor's live seminars as possible because the full effect of his greatness is best appreciated in person, especially for the layman. You never know, the experience may turn out to be as priceless in retrospect as having attended a lecture by Adam Smith, Sir Isaac Newton or Albert Einstein before they were recognized for their greatness. Whether you get a chance to catch the professor live or not, all of his writings are must reading for the serious student of money, gold, finance and economics.

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