Hayek Fund Winners
Some winners of grants from the Hayek Fund for Scholars:
Georgetown University, Government, PhD 2011
Awarded for: Presenting his paper, Adam Bernard Mandeville’s Defense of Imperfection & Human Flourishing, at the 2010 Midwest Political Science Association meeting.
West Virginia University, Economics, PhD 2008
Awarded for: Presenting her paper, Will it Go Round in Circles: Hayek on Foreign Aid Practices, at the 2010 Association of Private Enterprise Education meeting.
Georgetown University, Political Theory, PhD 2008
Awarded for: Presenting his paper, Adam Smith, the Concept of Leisure, and the Division of Labor, at the 2006 Midwest Political Science Association meeting.
University of Washington, Political Science, PhD 2006
Awarded for: Presenting his paper, State-Business Alliances in Market Openings: Mexico and Turkey, 1980-2000 at the Seventh Mediterranean Social and Political Research Meeting in 2006.
Irina A. Telyukova
University of Pennsylvania, Economics, PhD 2006
Awarded for: Presenting dissertation research on the Household Need for Liquidity and the Credit Card Debt Puzzle at the 2005 Canadian Economic Association meeting.
Visiting Research Scholar, Brown University, History
Awarded for: Job interviews at the American Historical Association 2005 meeting.
Cornell University, Social Psychology, PhD 2004
Awarded for: Poster Presentation on Explaining the failure to anticipate unanticipated consequences: Do we anchor too much upon intentions? at the 2004 Society for Personality and Social Psychology meeting.
Assistant Professor, University of Toronto, Geography
Awarded for: Presenting his paper, Market Incentives and the Development of Green Technologies: A Case Study of Victorian England at the 2004 Association of American Geographers meeting.
University of Toronto, Labour Economics/Social Policy, PhD 2004
Awarded for: Job interviews at the American Economics Association 2003 meeting.
University of Minnesota, History, PhD 2006
Awarded for: Dissertation research at New York City's Public Library and Columbia's Butler Library archives.