Book Launch: “Interventionism and Misery: 1929-2008”

The Hispanic American Center for Economic Research (HACER)
the Fundación para el Progreso and

the Fund for American Studies (TFAS)

cordially invite you to attend the launch of the book

“Interventionism and Misery: 1929-2008” by Axel Kaiser

The author will discuss his book’s thesis and share his considerations
on the economic challenges the world is facing nowadays


Axel Kaiser is a lawyer and a financial columnist with two Master’s degrees
from the University of Heidelberg, Germany where he currently pursues his doctoral studies.
He has authored three books and won several prizes both internationally and in his home country Chile
where he has been distinguished as one of the most influential intellectuals of his generation.
In 2012 he became Executive Director of the Fundación para el Progreso
“Jean Gustave Courcelle-Seneuil” in Chile’s Capital, Santiago.

 Wine will be served during the book sign at the end of the formal program

September 25, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM

The Fund for American Studies (new building)
Address: 1621 New Hampshire Avenue NW

Washington DC, 20009

To RSVP please email name and affiliation here.