Steve Davies writes for City A.M.
The problem is that discussion within academic life is currently overwhelmingly dominated by one particular perspective. We can best describe the typical view as being technocratic, centre-left egalitarianism. The only real alternative perspective comes from more radical kinds of left-wing thinking, like socialism. This is strongly represented in some disciplines and on certain campuses, but remains a minority view outside of university life.
The Vinson Centre, launched by the University of Buckingham in collaboration with the Institute of Economic Affairs, will house a centre for economics and entrepreneurship and is dedicated to exploring the whole range of ideas, arguments, and issues associated with the idea of a “constitution of liberty” – that is, the institutions and practices that are essential for the continuation of a free society.
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Further Reading: IEA opens the Vinson Centre in collaboration with the University of Buckingham