The Liberty Fund Library
The Center for Free Enterprise (C4FE) houses the Liberty Fund Library, a collection of over 400 titles that explore the ideal of liberty across many disciplines, including economics, political thought, history, and law.
This library is a valuable resource as it contains works by influential authors in the field, including Adam Smith, David Ricardo, James M. Buchanan, and Friedrich A. von Hayek, among others. The library and its collection are available to the entire UTEP community, offering access to a wealth of knowledge in political economy.
The establishment and operation of this library are made possible through the generosity of Liberty Fund. Liberty Fund provides various other services that promote the study and understanding of political economy such as:
Discover thousands of resources for teaching, researching, and learning about individual liberty. From art and economics to law and political theory, the Online Library of Liberty (OLL) offers access to a broad range of books, audio recordings, quotations, and artwork—all available at no charge.
Econlib is dedicated to advancing the study of economics, markets, and liberty through its innovative website. Our original content explores these subjects in a variety of ways to help people understand and apply these concepts in their work and education.
With a focus on the classical liberal tradition of law and how it shapes a society of free and responsible persons, Law & Liberty considers a range of foundational and contemporary legal issues, legal philosophy, and pedagogy.
Explore Adam Smith’s life and works and access educational materials to learn about and teach concepts central to Smith. From videos, essays, and digital and audio editions of Smith’s most important books, our website provides a wide variety of ways to engage with and learn from Smith. Join one of our reading groups, or explore Speaking of Smith, an online forum with posts pondering Adam Smith’s viewpoints and philosophies in modern day circumstances.