I should clarify that Mario Crucini, a professor at Vanderbilt, is not a Keynesian. However, this Thursday at 5pm we will be debating the merits of a gold standard versus fiat money. The event is open to the public but it will not be recorded. You still have time to buy your plane tickets.
Matt Collins (a local liberty activist) was kind enough to summarize all the info and even make a Facebook deal about it:
This coming Thursday night, April 21st, at 5PM, free-market Austrian School economist and author Dr. Robert Murphy and Vanderbilt Professor of Economics Mario Crucini will be debating “Paper Money vs. Gold & Silver.” This event is open public with free admission and will be held at the Vanderbilt Commons Center Room 235/237. The debate will last about an hour and there will also be a catered gourmet reception after the debate. If you plan to attend, please RSVP on Facebook. Parking information can be found here: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/traffic_parking/visitor-parking.php
Here is the official Facebook Invite: www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=203346393032419