FHC

UCEMA Friedman Hayek Center for the Study of a Free Society

The UCEMA Friedman Hayek Center for the Study of a Free Society was born with the purpose of housing and promoting the study of all the facets that make a society in which freedom, with responsibility is an unrenounceable principle.

The Center will be interdisciplinary, will have a specifically academic character, and the only requirement to form part of it will consist in having the highest degree in an area of science and communing with the founding objective.

Political science, economics, history, philosophy and culture, among others, will meet in this space to continue with the guiding principle that has characterized the University since its origin: to promote academic debate with the greatest rigor, within a framework of absolute freedom of thought.

Since July 2021, UCEMA Friedman Hayek Center
is partner of Atlas Network
Atlas Network

Our Mission

The Friedman Hayek Center for the Study of a Free Society at Universidad del CEMA intend to be the premier interdisciplinary research department in Latin America on the study of the issues that affect the freedom of a society, by conducting research and training new young academics to overcome the barriers preventing individuals from living a free and prosperous live.

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Members

International Advisory Council

Peter Boettke
Ph.D. in Economics, George Mason University
Alejandro Chafuen
Ph.D. Economics, International College CA
Enrique Duhau
MSc in Management, London Business School
Edwin J. Feulner
Ph.D. Political Science, University of Edinburgh
Deidre McCloskey
Ph.D. in Economics, Harvard University
Gerald O’Driscoll
Ph.D. in Economics, University of California

Members

Enrique Aguilar
Pd.D. Political Science, UCA.
Alberto Benegas Lynch (h)
Ph.D. in Economics, UCA. Management, UADE.
Ph.D. in Philosophy, UNS.
Ph.D. in Philosophy, UBA.
Nicolás Cachanosky
Ph.D. in Economics, Suffolk University
Walter Castro
Dr. in Economics, ESEADE.
Ph.D. in Political Science, University of Connecticut.
Ph.D. in Philosophy, UNCuyo. Economics, Amsterdam Univ.
Ph.D.( c ) Arts of War, Kings College
Ph.D. in Economics, University of Chicago.
Ph.D. Agricultural Economics, U. of Kentucky
Wenceslao Giménez Bonet
PhD in Economics and Business, Universidad de Navarra
Ph.D. in Economics, University of Maryland, College Park
Ph.D. History, UTDT
Ph.D. Social Sciences, UBA. Managing Director
PhD in Social Sciences, UNQ.
Ph.D. Administration, UCALP. Development Director.
Juan Sebastián Landoni
Ph.D. Economics, ESEADE
Ph.D. Economía, UCEMA
Osvaldo Meloni
Ph.D. Economics, UdeSA
Adrián Ravier
Ph.D. Applied Economics, U. Rey Juan Carlos
Ph.D. in Political Science, Stanford University.
Carlos Rodríguez Braun
Ph.d. Economic Sciences, Universidad Complutense
Lawyer. PhD in Economic History, ESEADE
Ayelén Sánchez
Ph.D. Philosophy, UNS
Jorge M. Streb
Ph.D. in Economics, U. of California at Berkeley
Ph.D. in Economics, University of Chicago. Rector UCEMA. Executive Director, UCEMA Friedman Hayek Center
Ph.D. Philosphy, UCA. Academic Director, UCEMA Friedman Hayek Center

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