Dr. Detmar Doering is Director of the Liberales Institut (Liberty Institute) of the Friedrich-Naumann-Foundation in Potsdam, Germany. He studied philosophy and history at Cologne University, where he earned a Ph.D. in Political Philosophy in 1990, and at University College London. He has published several books. Among them are Kleines Lesebuch über den Liberalismus (ed. Translated into 18 languages. English translation: Readings in Liberalism, published by the Adam Smith Institute) (1992); Frédéric Bastiat: Denker der Freiheit (1997); The Political Economy of Secession (ed., with Jürgen Backhaus) (2004); Globalisation: Can the Free Market Work in Africa? (2007); and Freedom, the Rule of Law, and Market Economy (2011). He has also published numerous articles in German and international academic journals and daily newspapers on economic, political, and historical subjects. Since 1996, Dr. Doering has been a member of the Mont Pelerin Society.
Recent Research by Detmar Doering
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- Chapter 1 - Why Do We Measure Freedom?
- Chapter 2 - Human Freedom from Pericles to Measurement
- Chapter 3 - An Index of Freedom in the World
- Chapter 4 - Measuring Individual Freedom: Actions and Rights as Indicators of Individual Liberty
- Chapter 5 - A Compact Statement of a Cost-based Theory of Rights and Freedom
- Chapter 6 - Conditions for Freedom
- Chapter 7 - Evolution and Freedom
- Chapter 8 - Liberty in Comparative Perspective
- Chapter 9 - The Evisceration of Liberty in Canadian Courts
- Chapter 10 - From Fighting the Drug War to Protecting the Right to Use Drugs