CENTERS AND INITIATIVES
LEC director Rachel Ferguson is featured on the Faith and Economics podcast from the Gwartney Institute at Ottawa University. The podcast talks about how old testament laws can shape Christians today.
CEE senior fellow Dan Thornton has a letter in the Wall Street Journal about whether Congress should rein in the Fed while also adjusting its growth targets.
Handy visual resources to illustrate trends and patterns of COVID-19 in Missouri and the St. Louis area. Updated as new data become available.
Op-Ed by CEE director Rik Hafer describes how sputtering metropolitan area economies of St. Louis and Kansas City have kept MIssouri from realizing its potential.
LEC director Rachel Ferguson's piece in Discourse that makes the case for black conservatism and conservatives should celebrate and support black achievement and success.
Op-Ed by CEE director Rik Hafer outlining the importance of education to Missouri's economic prospects
April 22, 2021
This virtual panel in the HF Langenberg Memorial Speaker Series, with Lawrence White of George Mason University and David Andolfatto of the St. Louis Fed.
Pandemic-resistant events from the EEC! Check out the Upcoming Workshops, Webinars, and Other Programs, Including Common Sense Economics.
February 25, 2021
Lucas Rouggly & Lenny Barber from LOVEtheLOU will discuss their own friendship and their shared vision for their Vandeventer and Kingsway West neighbors.
December 2, 2020
Virtual panel discussion in the Public Policy Forum. Why have public attitudes toward drugs changed so much, and what are the possibilities going forward?
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