New CEE Policy Paper on St. Louis City-County Consolidation
Joshua Hall and Josh Matti provide the economic arguments for and against city-county consolidation in St. Louis.
To Increase Prosperity Missouri Should Increase Freedom
This op-ed by Dean Stansel of Southern Methodist University summarizes research he did for the CEE on the link between economic freedom and economic outcomes in Missouri.
New Economic Education Center Launched
The Economic Education Center will be housed in Lindenwood's School of Education and will be directed by Tawni Hunt Ferrarini, the Robert W. Plaster Professor of Economic Education.
Recent Research on the Minimum Wage: Implications for Missouri
In a new CEE Policy Paper, Jonathan Meer of Texas A&M University summarizes the state of economic research and assesses the effects of potential minimum wage increases for Missouri.
Dr. Grant Black Named Assistant Director of Hammond Institute
Prior to joining Lindenwood, Black directed the Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic Education, and was a teaching professor of economics at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
Is College Worth the Cost?
This op-ed by CEE director Rik Hafer explores the financial wisdom of obtaining a college degree.
Special Issue of the Missouri Policy Journal on Education and Growth in Missouri
As part of its Missouri Growth Project, the CEE commissioned research by Michael Podgursky of the University of Missouri, Eric Hanushek of Stanford University, and several authors from Texas A&M University.
Former St. Louis Fed VP Joins as a Senior Research Fellow
Daniel L. Thornton is the newest research fellow in the Center for Economics and the Environment and will provide invaluable research expertise and experience on behalf of the Hammond Institute and Lindenwood.
Amazon's Wage Increase is Due to Market Forces
This op-ed by CEE director Rik Hafer argues that, despite claims to the contrary, Amazon's move does not mean there should be government-imposed minimum wages.
Labor Market Freedom and Economic Prosperity: How Does Missouri Compare?
In a new CEE Policy Paper, Dean Stansel of Southern Methodist University describes the extent to which Missouri constrains economic choices and, therefore, economic growth.
Washington is Not America's Brain
This op-ed by Hammond Institute research fellow Dale Walton points out ways in which the US is too large and complex to be run from Washington, DC.
Hammond Institute Holds College Credit Course for High School Students
From July 16 – 27, the Hammond Institute’s Justice American Style Program held a course on campus called Justice & the Constitution.
What is Entrepreneurship and Why is it Important?
Op-ed by Duree Center director Craig Felzien explaining how entrepreneurship is an essential element of American free enterprise.