Arizona State University Announces Center for the Study of Economic Liberty

Arizona State University has announced the creation of the Center for the Study of Economic Liberty. Jointly supported by the Charles Koch and the W.P. Carey Foundations, the Center will explore how “economics, policy, and general well-being are influenced by individuals’ ability to make choices.” Arizona State University economics professor William Boyes will serve as the Center’s founding director while Scott Beaulier will join as executive director.

Read the university’s announcement as well as the Arizona Republic’s coverage.

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