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 "o 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". The Atlas Network has awarded grants of over $20 million. Atlas promotes think tanks that support private-property rights, limited government, the rule of law, and market economics. Atlas Network was not named after Ayn Rand's novel Atlas Shrugged.
Sections include: directory of worldwide partner organizations, Atlas Leadership Academy, grants, events, articles, books, videos and other resources
Staff and Associates
YouTube channel of the Atlas Network
Speech delivered 27 Feb 1984 at a Mises Institute dinner in her honor; calling her late husband an "activist of the mind" and encouraging others to become likewise
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
Extensive biographical essay covering Liggio's activities in various institutions, awards and the Liggio Legacy Program
Announces an initiative from the Atlas Network and the John Templeton Foundation, includes short video by the Atlas Network
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
Interview with Peter Goettler, President and CEO of the Cato Institute since March 2015
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