Notre Dame’s Tocqueville Program welcomes back to campus ND alumnus James Otteson ’90, who will address the question, “Is Capitalism Moral?” in an on-campus lecture on November 17, 2017, at 12:30pm in the Jenkins and Nanovic Halls Forum.
John Allison, Executive-in-Residence of the BB&T Center for the Study of Capitalism, spoke about President Trump’s proposed tax plan, the Federal Reserve, and Bitcoin on Bloomberg Daybreak.
Executive-in-Residence of the BB&T Center, John Allison, appeared on Fox Business News’ Varney & Co. to discuss tax reform.
The Business School featured the Center's recent Conversation with Kellye Gordon on its Newsroom website.
The stories of three lawyers' lives convey what professional identity means, and what it could possibly cost to take on the mantle of a professional.
For the past several years, BB&T Center director Matthew Phillips has led a workshop titled “Running Your Life Like a Business” for young alumni in Wake Forest’s Presidential Fellows program.
Center team members Jim Otteson and Matthew Phillips were honored in May for teaching and service.
In this episode of WichitaLiberty.TV: Dr. James Otteson was in Wichita to speak at the Bastiat Society and stopped by the WichitaLiberty.TV studios to discuss capitalism.
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.
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.