International association
Mont Pelerin Society

The Mont Pelerin Society is composed of persons who continue to see the dangers to civilized society outlined in the statement of aims. They have seen economic and political liberalism in the ascendant for a time since World War II in some countries but also its apparent decline in more recent times. Though not necessarily sharing a common interpretation, either of causes or consequences, they see danger in the expansion of government, not least in state welfare, in the power of trade unions and business monopoly, and in the continuing threat and reality of inflation.

Again without detailed agreements, the members see the Society as an effort to interpret in modern terms the fundamental principles of economic society as expressed by those classical economists, political scientists, and philosophers who have inspired many in Europe, America and throughout the Western World.

Professor Vukotic attanded to the following meetings:
Mont Pelerin Society, General Meeting, London, England, 2003
Mont Pelerin Society, General Meeting, Sault Lake City, USA, 2004
Mont Pelerin Society: Freedom and Property in 21st century, Island, 2005
Mont Pelerin Society: Chalenges of Liberalism in 21st century, Guatemala, 2006
Mont Pelerin Society: Technology and Freedom, Tokyo, Japan, 2008
Mont Pelerin Society: The End of Globalizing Capitalism?, Classical Liberal Responses to the Global Financial Crisis, New York, USA, 2009

Atlas Economic Research Foundation

The Atlas Economic Research Foundation serves as a catalyst and connector to link free-market organizations and individuals to the ideas, people and resources they need to promote a free society. Learn more and please support our efforts to advance freedom around the world.

Atlas actively shares the ideas of liberty; helps people understand and believe in the ideas; and provides vital tools to help them act on the ideas. Through this process, Atlas shapes the long-term battle of ideas, creating the framework for effective policy reform. We believe there is a strong need for effective local institutions, dedicated to research, education, and advocacy that will improve the climate of ideas over time. Experience shows that such institutions must be created by local “intellectual entrepreneurs” — individuals who discover a need for a new idea or policy solution and have the talent and willingness to attract resources and allocate them to satisfy that need.

Atlas accepts no government funding and is not endowed. Its operations, including the grants it provides to think tanks in the U.S. and around the world, are financed entirely through gifts from individuals, philanthropic foundations and corporations. Atlas has received the highest rating from Charity Navigator for its financial stewardship.

The Atlas Experience 2009, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada, 2007
Liberty Forum, Philadelphia, USA, 2007
Liberty Forum, Atlanta, Georgia, SAD, 2008

The Heritage Foundation

The Heritage Foundation is committed to building an America where freedom, opportunity, prosperity and civil society flourish.

Heritage Resource meeting, Heritage foudation, Philadelphia, USA, 2007