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Op-Ed | Free markets and meaning in life
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Article | The surprising way nostalgia can help us cope with the pandemic
Audio | Jeremy Straub on intellectual property theft
Op-Ed | Existential health and human flourishing
The 2019-2020 Faculty Fellows represent a diverse group, with faculty members from 11 NDSU departments and six NDSU colleges.
The Sheila and Robert Challey Institute for Global Innovation and Growth has published a new study on the effects of meaning on views toward capitalism, entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial motivation.
Research Brief | How are attitudes toward entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial motivation affected by meaning?
Research Brief | Globalization, Global Supply Chain Disruptions, and COVID-19
Research Brief | Does a feeling of meaning and purpose in life affect views toward capitalism?
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, all in-person events have been canceled or postponed.
Dr. Christopher Coyne, Professor of Economics at George Mason University, discuss his work in a virtual Wold Business Ethics talk with Dean of Business, Scott Beaulier.
Johan Norberg answers the question: Would the Swedish model work in the United States?