Sir Antony Fisher, a former Battle of Britain pilot and then a hugely successful entrepreneur, founded the Institute of Economic Affairs after a chance meeting with F.A. Hayek. He went on to help the fledgling Adam Smith Institute, and then encouraged the creation of hundreds of free-market think-tanks across the world through his Atlas Economic Research Foundation.
Find out more about this remarkable man, about the development of the modern free-market movement, and the continuing impact and influence that Atlas family think-tanks have all over the world today. Linda Whetstone, Fisher’s daughter and a dynamic think-tank supporter and activist herself, is in conversation with the ASI’s Eamonn Butler at this lunchtime gathering.
Doors at 12.45pm for a 1pm start. Lunch will be provided. RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org to attend.