Interview with Leonard Liggio by Luis Figueroa

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  • Initial credits
  • Introduction
  • What can we learn from history in these trying times?
  • Would you agree that today there is a similar situation related to oil producing countries?
  • What is the role of the legal system in the financial crisis?
  • What are the important moral and legal questions that we should be asking?
  • Final words
  • Final credits
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Leonard Liggio, an expert in legal history, examines what we can learn from the European crisis of the 16th century. This crisis was precipitated by the discovery of America and led to serious economic troubles for Spain. Liggio explains that one of the important lessons to be learned is that wealth can have both advantages and disadvantages depending on how it is managed. According to Liggio, 16th-century scholars at the University of Salamanca who challenged the crown's policies were the founders of modern economic analysis. He also emphasizes the importance of using moral and ethical principles to guide economic decisions.



Leonard Liggio

Leonard Liggio
Leonard Liggio (1933-2014) was the executive vice president for academics at the Atlas Economic Research Foundation, Distinguished Senior Scholar at the Institute for Humane Studies, and research professor at the School of Law at George Mason University. Formerly, he was senior vice president of the Mont Pelerin Society and president of the Philadelphia Society. Dr. Liggio was a member of the advisory council of the Acton Institute in Italy, the Tocqueville Institute in France, and the Hayek Institute in Austria.

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Last update: 14/10/2014

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Interview with Leonard Liggio by Luis Figueroa
Leonard Liggio

Thirty-Fourth Annual Conference, APEE
Universidad Francisco Marroquín 
Guatemala City, April 6, 2009 

New Media - UFM production. Guatemala, April 2009
Camera: Jorge Samayoa, Manuel Alvarez; digital editing: Rebeca Zuñiga; index and synopsis: Alexandra Archila; content revisers: Sebastian del Buey, Jennifer Keller; publication: Mario Pivaral / Carlos Petz

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