CEE Review: Scheduling creativity, $5,000 to quit your job, Sweatshops, and more

News and Opinion

creativity-125pxInfographic from Kevin Short: How the world’s most brilliant people scheduled their days.

French regulation: You must ignore work emails at lunch and after work.

Teaching entrepreneurship in Colombia: teaching self-reliance to the poorest.

Amazon offers employees $5,000 to quit. It’s all about choices and values.

A panel at Wake Forest University on “Sweatshops: Improving Lives and Economic Growth.” Professors Benjamin Powell, Allin Cottrell, and Ian Taplin.


A new publication based in Sweden seeks new authors: “The Global Entrepreneur will be an independent, global news provider that focus on globalization and entrepreneurship as drivers for global development.”

On April 25, Rockford University is hosting the Third Annual Sports Studies Symposium. More information at Professor Shawn Klein’s Sports Ethicist site.

See you next time with our digest of new and interesting items in entrepreneurship, ethics, and political economy.

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