Helps to develop a network of worldwide market-oriented think tanks
See also:
  • FreedomPedia
  • Atlas Network

    The Atlas Network, formerly known as the Atlas Economic Research Foundation, is a nonprofit organization based in the United States. The group aims to promote free-market economic policies across the world. The stated mission of the Atlas Network is "To strengthen the worldwide freedom movement by identifying, training, and supporting individuals with the potential to found and develop effective independent organizations". The Atlas Network has awarded grants of over $20 million.

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    Sections include: directory of worldwide partner organizations, Atlas Leadership Academy, grants, events, articles, books, videos and other resources


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    Our Story
    "Our mission is to strengthen the worldwide freedom movement by cultivating a highly effective and expansive network that inspires and incentivizes all committed individuals and organizations to achieve lasting impact."

    Staff and Associates

    Alejandro A. ChafuenPresident, 2009- ; President and CEO 1991-2009
    Leonard P. LiggioVice President of Academics, 1994-2014


    Classical Liberalism in Argentina: A Lesson for the World, by Jacob G. Hornberger, Future of Freedom, Jul 1994
    Recounts highlights of Argentine history from the 1810 revolution to the late 20th century, arguing that the period from the ouster of Rosas in 1852 to the military coup of 1930 demonstrated the validity of Adam Smith's writings
    "And the movement toward liberty in South America is not limited to Argentina. Thanks in large part to an organization located in Fairfax, Virginia — The Atlas Economic Research Foundation, founded by an Englishman named Antony Fisher — there are now free-market institutions all over South America."


    Brad Lips talks with the Motorhome Diaries, by Jason Talley, The Motorhome Diaries, 20 Jul 2009
    Jason talks with Brad Lips, Executive VP and COO, about his background and the work of the foundation

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