John Locke Foundation celebrates its 25th anniversary


The John Locke Foundation presents

Free Enterprise Now: A Curriculum for the Next Generation of Leaders

with our special guest

Dr. Peter Frank

- Interim Dean, Associate Professor of Economics
Porter B. Byrum School of Business, Wingate University
Free Enterprise Fellow, The Jesse Helms Center

In this presentation, Dr. Frank will introduce the new curriculum, “Free Enterprise Now,” and discuss the importance of teaching the principles of free enterprise to students beginning in middle school. He will discuss the value of the free enterprise system for young people, and why this curriculum is essential for the next generation of leaders in this country.

About Dr. Peter Frank
Dr. Peter Frank is the interim Dean for the Porter B. Byrum School of Business and an associate professor of economics at Wingate University, where he chairs the BB&T Program on the Moral Foundations of Free Enterprise. He is a member of the Southern Economic Association, the Society for Development of Austrian Economics, and the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Actions. In 2011, he received a Fulbright Scholar grant to teach and research on development economics at the Academy of Economic Studies in Chisinau, Moldova. Dr. Frank received his B.A. and M.S. in economics from Grove City College and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, respectively, and his Ph.D. in public policy from George Mason University.

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