11:45 am - 1:00 pm
John Locke Foundation
4800 Six Forks Rd, Suite 220
Raleigh, NC 27609
Join us and Dr. Christina Elson, the executive director of the John A. Allison Center for the Study of Capitalism at Wake Forest University, to talk about the impact of the aging millennial population and their views on capitalism.
The market is the core organizing principle and mechanism that sustains and maintains modern society. Millennials have complex views about what they expect from markets, work, and business. While commonly stereotyped as entitled, unreliable, and leaning towards socialism, millennials are now entering middle age. In general, people become more conservative as they age. Relying on two years of national survey data collected with the polling agency YouGov, this talk explores the current perspectives of millennials on concepts foundational to well-functioning markets including self-interest, scarcity, growth, competition, risk, and optimism.
Lunch will be provided for those that are able to attend in person.
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