Archive | Initiative for Public Choice and Market Process

Center for Public Choice to Host Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation Executive Director as Guest Lecturer

The College of Charleston School of Business Center for Public Choice and Market Process is partnering with the College’s Russian Club for a joint discussion on communism led by the executive director of The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VCMF), Marion Smith. The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation focuses its efforts on eradicating and combatting […]

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Young Gun Alum | Donald Schneider ’12

He might only be 26, but this School of Business alum is already impacting tax policy on Capitol Hill. Donald Schneider ’12 is the senior economist for the Committee on Ways and Means at the U.S. House of Representatives. The Ways and Means Committee has a wide jurisdiction encompassing tax policy, international trade, health care, […]

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Peter Calcagno

Professor Crosses Border to Lend Expertise on Heading a Center

School of Business professor Peter Calcagno visited Ottawa, Canada to lead a workshop encouraging academics to create research and student centers. Calcagno was invited by the Institute for Liberal Studies to direct the one-day workshop at its headquarters on October 31, 2015. Due to the success of the School of Business’ Center for Public Choice […]

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Peter Calcagno

School of Business’ Initiative for Public Choice and Market Process Named a Center

The College of Charleston School of Business’ Initiative for Public Choice and Market Process has received approval by the College of Charleston’s president and provost to be recognized as a Center of Excellence, effective August 10, 2015. The Center for Public Choice and Market Process (CPM) was founded as the Initiative for Public Choice and […]

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“A Night that Shook the World”

The Initiative for Public Choice & Market Process joins The School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs, The German Program, and the Global Business Resource Center to present: A roundtable discussion commemorating the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. 6:00 pm Wednesday November 11, 2009 100 Maybank Hall Reception to immediately follow

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Next BB&T Free Market Process Speaker

The Initiative for Public Choice & Market Process is pleased to announce the next BB&T Free Market Process Series speaker: Dr. Benjamin Powell. Dr. Powell is coming to The College of Charleston on November 19 and will address the topic: “Sweat Shop Wages and Third World Workers: Are the Jobs Worth the Sweat”

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