Southeast Missouri State Offers Reading Group

Southeast Missouri State University professor of economics Natallia Gray will lead a new student reading group and guest speaker series on Murray Rothbard’s Man, Economy, and State. Participants in the reading group will join with students at Pfeiffer University for conversations on the book’s relevance to and impact on current events in economics. Professor Gray has designed the reading group as “a great opportunity for our students to read one of the most important books in economics, discuss it in depth, and form friendships both within and outside the university.”

Read the full announcement in Southeast Business Review

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