John Allison, executive-in-residence in the BB&T Center for the Study of Capitalism, appeared on CNBC's Closing Bell, where he talked about the role of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors and the rumors that he could be a future Fed Board nominee.Read More
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BB&T Center Executive-in-Residence John Allison met on the evening of Monday, November 28, with President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower in Manhattan. Mr. Allison is reportedly a candidate to be named as Secretary of the Treasury.Read More
What we really need are fewer career politicians and more professional politicians. Not “professional” in the sense of earning a salary, but rather in establishing a set of professional commitments.Read More
BB&T Center Executive-in-Residence offers testimony to the House Committee on Financial Services.Read More
The critical lens for understanding the ‘Brexit’ vote is sovereignty: the foundational right to govern. Sovereignty is an important underlying issue in the American elections as well.Read More
BB&T Center Executive Director Jim Otteson writes for Business Insider about Wake Forest's Why Business?™ course and the work of the Center.Read More