The Annual Proceedings of the Wealth and Well-Being of Nations
The following are the transcripts of past Upton Forums. Digital copies of each volume and individual contributions may be found below. Printed volumes are available upon request; please contact Jennifer Kodl at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volume V - 2012-2013
"Institutional Bottlenecks: What Can be Done?"
"Religion and Entrepreneurial Activity in the U.S."
"Brazil’s Long Divergence"
Volume IV - 2011-2012
"The Challenges of Achieving Conservation and Development"
"The Commons of Knowledge: A Historical Perspective"
"Ostrom and Liberal Education: The College Classroom as Knowledge Commons"
"Polycentrism and Prison Gangs"
"Property taxes and Polycentricity"
Volume III - 2010-2011
"The Economics of Greed or the Economics of Purpose"
"The Genius of Mises and the Brilliance of Kirzner"
"A Kirznerian Economic History of the Modern World"
"The Determinants of Entrepreneurial Alertness and the Characteristics of Successful Entrepreneurs"
"Entrepreneurs are not Experts"
"Are Current Economic Activities Undermining Future Prosperity?"
"Entrepreneurial Volatility: A Cross Country Study"
Volume II - 2009-2010
"Understanding the Shadow Economies of the Developing and Developed Worlds"
"The Biggest Idea in Development That No One Really Tried"
"Economic Freedom and the Wealth and Well-Being of Nations"
"Property Rights and the Return to Capital"
"The Two Sides of de Soto: Property Rights, Land Titling, and Development"
"Beyond Microcredit: Delivering Financial Services to the Poor through Agent Banking"
"The 2008 Financial Crisis: Causes, Response, and Consequences"
Volume I - 2008-2009
"Violence and Social Orders"
"Why Do Elites Permit Reform?"
"The Importance of Expectations in Economic Development"
"Designing Incentive-Compatible Policies to Promote Human Capital Development"
"North’s Underdeveloped Ideological Entrepreneur"