BB&T Program on the Moral Foundations of
In conjunction with Wingate University, the Jesse Helms Center is pleased to present the BB&T Program on the Moral Foundations of Free Enterprise. The program offers lectures at Wingate University for students and the general public on capitalism and other economics-based topics. Policy experts and academic faculty share presentations each semester. This lecture series is made possible by a grant from the BB&T Corporation.
Our Spring 2017 speaker was Dr. Michael Munger, professor of Economics at Duke University. His speech, “Tomorrow 3.0: The Sharing Economy” took place February 16th, 2017.
- John Fund, National Affairs Columnist, National Review Magazine
- Emily Ekins, Research Fellow at the Cato Institute
- Dr. James Otteson, Executive Director of the BB&T Center for the Study of Capitalism
- Adam Smith, Director of the Center for Free Market Studies at Johnson & Wales
- Dawn Fotopulos, Associate Professor, The Kings College
- Dr. Kim Holmes, former Assistant Secretary of State
- Ben Freeth, Zimbabwe farmer and Human Rights Activist
- J. Scott Moody, CEO of The Maine Heritage Policy Center
- Dr. Peter Calcagno, College of Charleston
- Dr. Tyler Cowen, George Mason University
- Dr. Robert Lawson, Southern Methodist University
- Dr. Dan Hammond, Wake Forest University
- John Hawkins, President of Leadership Edge, Inc.
- Dr. Paul Bonicelli, Houston Baptist University
- Stephen Moore, Wall Street Journal
INAUGURAL LECTURE AS PART OF THE DISTINGUISHED LECTURE SERIES:
- John Allison, BB&T Corporation
For more information about the BB&T Program on the Moral Foundations of Free Enterprise (including the BB&T Fellows Program and the Foundations of Free Enterprise Course taught at the school) contact Peter Frank at Wingate University via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.