An Evaluation of Private Governance: Creating Order in Economic and Social Life

The ideological foes of Edward Stringham’s book Private Governance: Creating Order in Economic and Social Life are many. Principally, it is an argument against the “legal centrist” mentality, according to Stringham, the practitioners of which are bound to place the role of the state as central to private economic transactions and exchanges. They look to legislation to create the rules for markets, and believe that markets can only expand and broaden once these rules are clearly established by means of central planning. He dedicates the book, even, to the legal centrists of “all parties.” It’s a warped notion that befalls […]

Yaël Ossowski, M.A. – CEVRO INSTITUTE

Yaël Ossowski, M.A. – CEVRO INSTITUTE Alumni profile on the website of the CEVRO Institute. The Eight Questions and Answers What is your current job position?  Deputy Director, Consumer Choice Center Why did you choose CEVRO Institute? I chose CEVRO Institute for my master’s degree because of the reputation of the institution, the great faculty, and the location right in downtown Prague. Has the school changed your life? If so, how?  Being at CEVRO gave me new insight on apply academic insights to my work and the best way to use my current network for full potential. Not only do I […]