Through peer reviewed contributions to scholarly journals, curriculum development, and attendance at local, national, and international academic conferences, the Center engages in the conversation and discourse around free markets and the free enterprise system. Other research-based activities of the Center include the publication of a student research journal, and work with doctoral students on economics and free enterprise-oriented dissertations and research.

Economic Episodes in Amercian History

Higher Education and Economic Mobility: Who Punches Above Their Weight?

Isabella L. Roman, William C. Wood, Scott Niederjohn

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Economic Episodes in Amercian History

Economic Episodes in Amercian History

Mark C. Schug, William C. Wood, Tawni Hunt Ferrarini, M. Scott Niederjohn

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Teachers Can Be Financially Fit, Economists Insist

Teachers Can Be Financially Fit, Economists' Advice for Educators

Tawni Hunt Ferrarini, M. Scott Niederjohn, Mark C. Schug, William C. Wood

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Purple Solutions: A bipartisan roadmap to better healthcare in America

Purple Solutions: A bipartisan roadmap to better healthcare in America

Daniel S. Sem

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Quaestus Journal

Quaestus Journal

Student-led journal from Concordia University Wisconsin's Batterman School of Business and Concordia University Ann Arbor's Haab School of Business.

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