Manuel Francisco Ayau Cordón (27 December 1925 – 4 August 2010) was the Founder of the Universidad Francisco Marroquín in Guatemala, a leading private University in Latin America. He was born in Guatemala City on 27 December 1925. After diverse studies, he obtained a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Louisiana State University in 1950, an L.H.D. from Hillsdale College in 1973 and an honorary degree in law (Legum Doctor) from Northwood University in 1994.
Includes picture, short biography and links to two interviews with Ayau
Excerpted from Hazlitt's remarks at the Leonard E. Read Memorial Conference on Freedom, November 1983
Speech given to The Philadelphia Society, San Antonio, Texas regional meeting
Paper given at Hillsdale College
Analyzes the 1980s debt crisis, from the viewpoint of creditor and debtor countries, suggesting some solutions such as removing trade barriers, ending debtor government interventionist policies and creditor government foreign aid and subsidized bail-outs
- ISBN 9992250011: Paperback, Centro de Est Económico-Sociales, 2000
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