The Interdisciplinary Symposium on Teaching Capitalism:
Classroom Instruction and Research
March 21, 2014
The Management Education Center
Eli Broad Graduate School of Management 811 West Square Lake Road, Troy, MI 48098 Tel: (248) 879-2456
If you would like to be our Keynote Speaker, or present at one of our concurrent sessions, please contact: Robin firstname.lastname@example.orgSpace is limited to 200 attendees.
Presenters! Deadline for 200-word abstract submission is 12-31-2013.
The purpose of our Symposium is to bring to light the best practices of teaching Capitalism: how it informs and advances our economy, our society, and our lives. Thesecondary purpose is to have professors and instructors meet like-minded people to network and establish support groups through their research. Finally, since our system of government depends on our free market remaining free, we need to teach our students that Capitalism is a morally good system for living, working and governing. We welcome any and all support in our endeavors.
We look forward to seeing you there! Please visit our site for more information including pricing and accomodations:
Yaron Brook, President and Executive Director of the Ayn Rand Institute and the Anthem Foundation for Objectivist Scholarship, is our Distinguished Speaker at our 1st Annual Teaching Capitalism Symposium at the 2014 Interdisciplinary Symposium on Teaching Capitalism.
Partial list of our other distinguished presenters:John Gaski, Ludwig Otto, Chris Barker, Wayne Rollins, Calvin Kent; Chris Calton, Ross Gardiner, Natalie Taylor, Melissa Clark
Senator Joe Manchin (WV) will be joining us via video greeting!!
Franklin 2013 Awards for "Excellence in Research"
Four Hundred Fifty Three (453) academic research papers were received by Franklin Publishing Company from faculty members in 23 countries during 2013. The Executive Committee of Franklin Publishing Company has chosen those listed below to receive Franklin 2013 Award for Excellence in Research. Please go to Awards page for complete details