Ferguson to visit Wake Forest University as a Research Scholar
Rachel Ferguson, director of the Liberty & Ethics Center, will be a visiting research scholar at the Eudaimonia Institute during the Spring 2020 semester. While there, she will collaborate with Dr. Marcus Witcher on their book, Black Liberation in the Marketplace.
Lindenwood University Sponsors Junior Achievement's BizTown Program
Representatives from Lindenwood University joined with Junior Achievement of Greater St. Louis to celebrate Lindenwood’s sponsorship of Junior Achievement’s BizTown program with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Saving the Economy 25 Basis Points at a Time
Op-ed by CEE director Rik Hafer laments the reliance on the Fed to micromanage the economy.
Hammond Institute Ranked Among the World's Top Research Departments
Only three academic departments in Missouri rank higher in terms of the quality and impact of their economics research.
Helping Develop the Entrepreneurial Mindset
Thanks to the Duree Center for Entrepreneurship, there are almost 30 more people trained to help others develop their entrepreneurial mindset through the "Who Owns the Ice House?" course.
Jeanie Thies Joins the Board of the Midwest Innocence Project
Thies coordinates the Hammond Institute's Criminal Justice Reform Initiative and is professor pf public affairs and administration at Lindenwood.
Common Sense Economics for Legislators Completes its First Year
This bi-partisan program aims to improve voters’ understanding of the modern world while helping lawmakers engage constituents in meaningful conversations about economics and personal finance.
Craig Felzien Speaks at the Mississippi Entrepreneurship Forum
Felzien, the director of the Duree Center for Entrepreneurship, spoke and participated in a panel titled "The Future is Now."
Howard Wall Opens IHS/Show-Me Institute Conference "What Makes a Successful City?"
Wall, the director of the Hammond Institute, presented a talk titled "Why Do Some Cities Succeed?"
After Trumpism: American Right Populism in the Coming Post-Trump Era
Hammond Institute Research Fellow, Dale Walton, published his take on what populism will look like in the post-Trump era. It appeared in Arc Digital.
Don’t Believe the Hype -- The Better Together Plan is Oversold
Op-ed by Rik Hafer and William Rogers questioning the wisdom of punishing St. Louis County to save the city of St. Louis from itself.
Duree Center Kicks Off Lindenwood's Black History Month
Author and entrepreneur Clifton L. Taulbert spent the day at Lindenwood and gave a talk titled "“Our Stories. Our Lives. Our Times. Good People Ought Not Be Strangers."
Economic Freedom in Missouri
This op-ed by CEE director Rik Hafer, discusses how Missouri is faring with respect to economic freedom.
An Entrepreneurial Mindset is Critical for our Future
In this letter to the editor, Craig Felzien, director of the Duree Center for Entrepreneurship, lays out how the Center and Lindenwood University value the entrepreneurial mindset.
Think Like an Entrepreneur
The Hammond Institute welcomed nearly 100 high school students from around the US to Lindenwood. The students will be participating in the Foundation for Economic Education's three-day seminar.
Free Enterprise Academy Launched
The Hammond Institute's Free Enterprise Academy provides educational opportunities for students and wider the community.
New Issue of the Missouri Policy Journal
This issue included CEE-commissioned research on demographic trends in Missouri and the economics of regional consolidation.
Economics Day: Student Research Exposium, Honor Society Induction, and Best Student Award
The CEE sponsored the 6th Annual Research Exposium and presented student awards.
The Missing Million: Missouri’s Economic Performance Since the Moon Landing
This new research by Rik Hafer and William Rogers was presented as part of St. Louis University's Speaker Series on Economic Policy.
New Edition of Economic Episodes in American History, Co-Authored by Tawni Ferrarini
The second edition of the book, winner of the Gold NAEE Curriculum Award, is authored by Mark C. Schug, William C. Wood, Tawni Hunt Ferrarini & M. Scott Niederjohn.
Public Policy Forum: Are Educational Institutions Unwittingly Encouraging Political Toxicity?
An open discussion based on Chapter 3 – “The Untruth of Us vs. Them” – from the Coddling of the American Mind by Lukianoff and Haidt.
Black Liberation and the Marketplace
This talk by LEC director Rachel Ferguson was part of the Distinguished Speaker Series of the Arkansas Center for Economics at the University of Central Arkansas.
DECA Team Brings Home More Awards At The 2019 State Competition
Lindenwood students participated in nine of 12 business categories offered, and received awards in seven.
Presidential Attacks on the Fed Are Nothing New
This op-ed by CEE director Rik Hafer and Hammond Institute director Howard Wall describes the history of presidential attacks on Fed independence.