We aim to advance understanding in the areas of innovation, trade and institutions to identify policies and solutions for the betterment of society.
There is growing skepticism about capitalism in the U.S., especially among young people. We conducted a survey to understand: What do college students really think about capitalism and socialism, and how is higher education shaping their views?
Op-Ed | Warren's Ransomware Bill Victimizes Targets to Collect Data
Op-Ed | We Need Extreme Measures to Recover Afghans' Personal Data
Article | Bring the Outdoors into Your Hybrid Work Routine
Letter | Biden Vaccination Mandate May Pit Employers Against State Laws
Op-Ed | It Is Easy To Complain About Higher Ed. At NDSU We Are Working On Solutions.
3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Louise S. Barry Auditorium
Johan Norberg answers the question: Would the Swedish model work in the United States?
Working Paper | Meatpacking Working Conditions and the Spread of COVID-19
Research Brief | An Analysis of a New American Entrepreneur Accelerator Program: Lessons for Fargo-Moorhead and Other Communities
Research Brief | How are attitudes toward entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial motivation affected by meaning?
Economist John Bitzan and psychologist Clay Routledge routinely endure the long, harsh winters of North Dakota, so the element they want to boost in college classrooms is perhaps unexpected: optimism.