Archive for November, 2018

CEE Review: Color blindness of the Sears catalog | Ethics of self-driving cars, and more

Thursday, November 29th, 2018

News and Opinion

The economic color blindness of the Sears catalog. American Institute for Economic Research.

How one stubborn banker exposed a $200 billion Russian money-laundering scandal. The Wall Street Journal.

Why you can expect more entrepreneurs to follow Elon Musk’s innovative education blueprint. FEE.

Uber reduced ambulance usage in major cities, economists find. University of Kansas.

Netflix has no rules because they hire great people. Forbes.

Updating the trolley problem and applying to AI and self-driving machines. Technology Review.

Jack Ma sticks to his goals by repeating 3 questions to himself. CNBC.

University development office business ethics: The Ohio State University edition. Business Ethics Highlights.

Student activists disappear in southern China after police raid. Reuters.

Stephen Hicks’s latest Open College podcast: Nietzsche’s sister and The Will to Power at SoundCloud.

Idea: “Ninety-nine percent of the failures come from people who have the habit of making excuses.” — George Washington Carver

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.

Guest speaker Shawn Klein to speak on fan morality and concussions in the NFL

Tuesday, November 6th, 2018

Guest speaker Professor Shawn Klein will speak at Rockford University on fan morality and concussions in the NFL.

There will be two sessions: 10:00-10:50 and 11:00-11:50. Both will be located in Scarborough 020.

Everyone is welcome to attend!