News and Opinion
Nike’s philosophical one-minute commercial: Who really has the potential for greatness? (YouTube).
The Wall Street Journal, Emily Chasan on the results of U.S. securities regulators’ lifting restrictions on advertising of private securities sales.
Teen privacy, Facebook, and the FTC. (At The Washington Post.)
At CNBC, 15 Pro Athletes Turned Entrepreneurs.
On the learned optimism of happy people.
Fast Company‘s advice: “How To Do What You Love And Not Go Broke”.
Answer: About $1.9 trillion. Question: How much does complying with federal regulations cost Americans each year? Jennifer Harper in the Washington Times.
Tacoma, Washington: entrepreneurial citizens paint own crosswalks, city removes them. Drudge Report’s site.
In Sydney, Australia: the 21st Annual Conference of the Australian Association for Professional + Applied Ethics will be held from June 22-24, 2014.
Manhattanville College’s Economic Freedom Institute is hosting a conference in New York from October 12-14: “The focus of this year’s conference is the 70th anniversary of Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom, the relationship between economic and political freedom. In particular, does Hayek’s critique of political freedom in a planned economy also apply to the modern regulatory, welfare, and surveillance state?”
On May 22, Stephen Hicks will be giving a talk in Lisbon at the Catholic University of Portugal on “Nietzsche and the Nazis: Did the National Socialists Use or Abuse Nietzsche’s Philosophy?”
With the end of the academic year, CEE Review will move to a bi-weekly schedule over the summer. We’ve got some entrepreneurial tanning — er — research to do.
See you next time with our digest of new and interesting items in entrepreneurship, ethics, and political economy. Here are the previous editions of CEE Review.