Carlo Lottieri is an Italian free-market philosopher. He studied philosophy in Genoa and sociology at the Institut Universitaire d’Etudes Européennes at the University of Geneva and in Paris, where he obtained a D.E.A. and a Ph.D. at the Paris-Sorbonne University (Paris IV). His thesis was written under the direction of Raymond Boudon and it was on "Idéologie et science dans la sociologie politique de Gaetano Mosca".
After some years of cooperation with Vaclav Belohradsky, the chair of Political Sociology at the University of Trieste, in 1999 he became Assistant Researcher in Political Philosophy at the University of Siena. He taught Sociology and Economics at the ISC (Istituto Superiore di Comunicazione) of Milan between 1997 and 1999.
In 2003 he became Assistant Professor of Philosophy of Law at the University of Siena.
He has been Editorial Director of the journal Federalismo & Libertà (Milan) and with Luigi Marco Bassani and Mauro Maldonato he edited a books collection about the history of political ideas (Sfere della libertà, Guida publisher). Now he is one of the editors of a books collection about political philosophy and free-market economy (Diritto, Mercato, Libertà, IBL libri publisher). He published papers in many journals: Telos, Journal of Libertarian Studies, L'Année Sociologique and others.
He edited an anthology of writings by Bruno Leoni: Law, Liberty and the Competitive Market (with a Preface by Richard A. Epstein), New Brunswick NJ, Transaction, 2008.
He is director of the Political Theory department of the Bruno Leoni Institute, a libertarian think-tank based in Turin and Adjunct Faculty member of the Ludwig von Mises Institute.
Dr. Gregory Rehmke
He has a degree in Economics from the University of Washington and has worked with the Reason Foundation, the Institute for Humane Studies, the Center for the American Idea, and the Foundation for Economic Education. In addition to directing programs for Economic Thinking, Mr. Rehmke is a speaker at student programs for the Independent Institute, the Mackinac Center, the Houston World Affairs Council, and the Institute for Economic Studies-Europe.
He is a member of theMackinac Center Board of Scholars and has written on environmental topics for PERC Reports, a newsletter of the Political Economy Research Center (renamed the Property and Environment Research Center) in Bozeman, Montana. He has written over one hundred articles on public policy topics as well as published resource books, study guides, and newsletters focused on the economic aspects of over twenty years of high school and homeschool debate topics.