European Students For Liberty works with partner organisations to provide free books for pro-liberty student groups in our network. These books can be used by reading clubs, distributed at events, or be used to promote and spread awareness of ideas on campus. Below is a list of available titles. To request books, fill out the free books request form.
If you would like more information on our Free Books program please contact Anton Howes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
***For the past couple months our free books request form has been experience technical difficulties, please accept our apologies if you have requested books and we failed to respond. These difficulties have been fixed, so please take the time to resubmit your form. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused.***
Suggested for distribution at events:
A New Understanding of Poverty: Poverty Measurement and Policy Implications by Kristian Niemietz
Fair Trade Without the Froth: A Dispassionate Economic Analysis of ‘Fair Trade by Sushil Mohan
Liberal Readings on Education edited by Stefan Melnik and Sascha Tamm
Politically Impossible? by W.H. Hutt
Readings in Free Trade edited by Detmar Doering
Sharper Axes, Lower Taxes: Big Steps to a Smaller State edited by Philip Booth
Should We Mind the Gap? Gender Pay Differentials and Public Policy by J. R. Shackleton
Taming Leviathan: Waging the War of Ideas Around the World edited by Colleen Dyble
The Drug War Against Civil Liberty and Human Rights edited by David B. Kopel & Michael Krause
Total Recall: How Direct Democracy can Improve Britain by Nick Cowen
Suggested for library collections:
Money, Bank Credit, and Economic Cycles by Jesus Huerta de Soto
Socialism, Economic Calculation & Entrepreneurship by Jesus Huerta de Soto
The Austrian School: Market Order and Entrepreneurial Creativity by Jesus Huerta de Soto
The Theory of Dynamic Efficiency by Jesus Huerta de Soto
European Centre of Austrian Economics Foundation online publications.
To request books fill out this form.