Date: Tuesday 19 March 2013
Time: 11:00am - 03:00pm
Location: Lower Hall, Emmanuel Centre, 9-23 Marsham Street, Westminster, SW1P 3DW
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The Independent Seminar on the Open Society (ISOS) is a free one-day seminar for sixth-formers, held in London twice a year. This March the conference will focus on free market economics. Topics covered will include:
Limits of knowledge - Dr Eamonn Butler, Director, Adam Smith Institute
Why we need more people - Brendan O'Neill, Spiked Online
The fallacy of evidence-based policy - Jamie Whyte, philosopher and writer
The private supply of public goods - Dr Tim Evans, Cobden Centre
Debate: Should we be able to sell our organs? - Dr Steve Davies, Institute of Economic Affairs vs John Feehally, International Society of Nephrology
Students are welcome to attend independently, or with teachers. Refreshments will be provided.