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Advance awareness of new and existing research by creating engaging and understandable content and placing it in high profile media outlets. View the complete job description and apply here.
The College of Business is a microcosm of the In Our Hands campaign success. Scott Beaulier's hiring as dean aligned with the start of the campaign; benefactors rallied around his vision for what it means to study business at NDSU and began investing.
February 28 | Tami Reller
February 2 | John Bitzan
February 16 | Ben Klutsey
Dr. Sam Peltzman discusses the unintended consequences of regulation, including a famous insight from his work on automobile safety regulation.
Survey finds college students have mixed views on issues of freedom, progress and flourishing. View all three years of surveys and their findings here.
Research insights | The Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Louisiana's Institutions By Dr. Raymond March and Dr. Veeshan Rayamajhee
Journal publication | Shock Me Like a Hurricane: How Hurricane Katrina Changed Louisiana's Formal and Informal Institutions By Dr. Veeshan Rayamajhee and Dr. Raymond March
Research brief | Russian Weaponization of Food Rattles Global Markets By Dr. Sandro Steinbach
Journal article | Economic Freedom and Philanthropy By Dr. Jeremy Jackson
Survey | North Dakota Business Conditions and Climate
Research Brief | Is there a relationship between knowledge of human progress and student optimism?
By Dr. John Bitzan and Dr. Clay Routledge
When skeptics and advocates talk about capitalism, are we really speaking the same language when we use the word?