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A webinar I did for the Institute of Economic Affairs, available from their Youtube channel (10 June 2020): Hayek, International Organization and Covid-19

Popular articles and chapters

  • ‘A Liberal Perspective on Trade and Development’, World Commerce Review, winter 2021.
  • Unexpected Insights of David Hume, Adam Smith Works, 12 October 2021.
  • ‘Adam Smith and Military Intervention’ Adam Smith Works, 26 April 2021.
  • ‘Adam Smith and International Relations’, www.adamsmithworks.org, 3 February 2020.
  • ‘To discuss with Klaas’, Liberale Reflecties, September 2019, pp. 20-25. In Dutch: Discussieren met Klaas
  • All against All (without Judge). Liberalism and International Politics’, De Groene Amsterdammer, 18 June 2015, pp.32-35.
  • The Meaning of Liberalism’, Libertarianism.org, 25 April 2015.
  • Introduction: Teulings as Hayekian?’, TPEdigitaal, 7 (2), April 2013, pp. 3-10.
  • The Neoliberal Phantom’, De Groene Amsterdammer, 16 February 2012, pp. 24-27.
  • Who is the Genuine Liberal?’, De Groene Amsterdammer, April 2011, pp. 46-49.
  • Classical Liberalism and International Relations’,  Policy, 25(1), Autumn 2009, pp. 35-38.
  • Introduction and translation of: James M. Buchanan, ‘Restoring the Spirit of Classical Liberalism’, Liberaal Reveil, February 2006, pp. 19-22.
  • Friedrich Hayek. Versatile Social Theorist’, Kunst en Wetenschap, 14 (4), Winter 2005/06, pp. 7-8.
  • ‘Against the European Super State, therefore against the Constitutional Treaty’, in B.J. Spruyt (composition) Samen Zwak, pleidooien tegen de Europese Grondwet, Uitgeverij Polpam, Amsterdam, 2005, pp. 39-45.
  • Friedrich Hayek’s War of Ideas‘, Trouw (katern Letter & Geest), 12 June 2004.
  • ‘Dutch Doubts. The Dutch Presidency of the European Union’, The World Today, June 2004, pp. 12-13.
  • ‘Towards a Classical Liberal VVD’, in Inleidingen tijdens het symposium “Inhoud, inhoud, inhoud” bij het afscheid van Frank de Grave als lid van de VVD-Tweede Kamerfractie, VVD Parliamentary Party, The Hague, 19 May 2004, pp. 23-32.
  • ‘Liberalism, Markets and Morality’, Liberaal Reveil, April 2004, pp. 67-72.
  • ‘Dutch Elections. Landscape Changing’, The World Today, June 2002, pp. 10-11.
  • Trade and Social Development‘, Internationale Spectator, January 2002, pp. 29-34.
  • ‘The Public and Political Environment for biotechnology in The Netherlands’, in: Holland Biotechnology, Moving into the age of BioDiscovery, 1999.
  • ‘Lobbying in Liberal Eyes’, Liberaal Reveil, April 1999, pp. 43-51, (co-authored with J.E. Scholten).
  • ‘The Necessity of the International Interest’, Liberaal Reveil, June 1998, pp.100-106.

Popular booklets, manifestos, and reports

  • Liberalism, Actuele Onderwerpen, number 2795, Uitgeverij Karmac, Lelystad, February 2004. 24 pages.
  • Clearly Liberal, Clearly Right. Proposals for a Policy Reorientation of the VVD,  The Hague/Brussels, September 2002 (co-authored with J.H.D. Livestro), 36 pages.
  • Liberal Political Theory. Introduction to the Foundations of Liberal Thought, course syllabus for the Haya van Someren Foundation, The Hague, February 2001. 34 pages.
  • Concern for Europe. Opinion leaders on the future of European integration. Report of the Clingendael MeesPierson discussions on the future of Europe, Clingendael Institute, The Hague, May 1996, (co-authored with R.W. Meines). 44 pages.

Interview project 1995-1996

Editor of an ‘oral history’ project (1200 pages) on the life of former state secretary Professor E.H. van der Beugel.