Hayek vs. Keynes to be discussed in Wichita


This Friday (July 30) the Wichita Pachyderm Club features “A celebration of Milton Friedman’s birthday featuring a discussion of the Friedrich Hayek and the John Maynard Keynes economic schools of thought.”

Presenters will be Karl Peterjohn, Sedgwick County Commissioner, for Hayek, and Bill Miles, WSU Assoc. Professor of Economics For Keynes.

All are welcome to attend Wichita Pachyderm Club meetings. The program costs $10, which includes a delicious buffet lunch including salad, soup, two main dishes, and ice tea and coffee. The meeting starts at noon, although it’s recommended to arrive fifteen minutes early to get your lunch before the program starts.

The Wichita Petroleum Club is on the ninth floor of the Bank of America Building at 100 N. Broadway (north side of Douglas between Topeka and Broadway) in Wichita, Kansas (click for a map and directions). You may park in the garage (enter west side of Broadway between Douglas and First Streets) and use the sky walk to enter the Bank of America building. The Petroleum Club will stamp your parking ticket and the fee will be $1.00. Or, there is usually some metered and free street parking nearby.


One response to “Hayek vs. Keynes to be discussed in Wichita”

  1. Observer

    Anyone attend this event? How did it turn out?

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