Faculty and Students to enter USU's Disruptive Innovation Case Writing Competition
Steve Bradley, faculty advisor at Baylor's Free Enterprise at the Baugh Center, would like to encourage faculty and students to enter USU's Disruptive Innovation Case Writing Competition, deadline December 1.
National Federation of Independent Business Launches Healthcare Stories Questionaire to Document the Impact of Rising Healthcare Costs on Small Business
Your story will make a difference. The new healthcare law is proving to be as bad--or worse--than we (NFIB)feared. It is more important than ever that Members of Congress and the president hear about its devastating impact from you--the people it is impacting the most. Please take a moment to answer a few questions and share your story--then we will make sure it gets heard.
Who Are The Greatest American Entrepreneurs Ever?
Blaine McCormick asks experts to rank their top ten American entrepreneurs.
Only Buyer-Led Employment Increases Endure
Creating jobs in developing countries requires the right approach.
Economic Growth is Not Hard Explains John Tamny
Recessions are a great thing? Irony combined with common sense describes Forbes writer and t.v. news regular John Tamny's recent lectures at Baylor
Prof. Per Bylund Discusses Discusses the Welfare State in Sweden on the Tom Woods Show
The "socialist utopia" of Sweden has been rapidly moving toward market-based reforms
Prof. Per Bylund reviews George Gilder's "Knowledge and Power" in Barron's
Consistent with Gilder's economics, the Austrian-school economists emphasize entrepreneurship, value creation, and knowledge. Alas, Knowledge and Power ignores their contributions, while making false claims to have broken new ground.
Dr. John Tomasi Delivers Baylor a Double-edged Sword: Economic Freedom & Social Justice
Dr. Tomasi of Brown University suggests we need "a new way to have this political conversation, a way that disrupts the cozy camps we're living in."
Funding for Faculty Research Available
APPLY: August 15, 2013 to November 1, 2013
Total funding available per year - $50,000.
Awards for projects will range from $3000 and up depending on project needs. These funds can be for salary supplement or other research related expenses.