CEE Review: Young entrepreneurs struggle in school | Google in Europe | Occupational licensing, and moreWednesday, September 17th, 2014
News and Opinion
Why everyone will have to become an entrepreneur. At Funders and Founders.
Privacy and internet search engines. Google responds to a European court’s ruling that individuals have a right to have no-longer-relevant information deleted from search engine results. The Wall Street Journal‘s site.
The ten richest Americans in history. Professor Donald Boudreaux comments at Cafe Hayek.
Richard Branson on why entrepreneurs sometimes struggle with formal education. At Entrepreneur magazine. Related: “Educating for Entrepreneurship” — Stephen Hicks working paper, June 2014.
A legislative agenda for entrepreneurs. At the Illinois Policy Institute’s site.
“Business as a Moral Endeavor” — a new short video featuring a variety of entrepreneurs, CEOs, and intellectuals on the intersection of business and ethics. Produced at the Wake Forest University School of Business.
At Econ Journal Watch, Uwe Reinhardt reviews Morris Kleiner: Does occupational licensing deserve our seal of approval?
Two conferences in Colombo, Sri Lanka in November 2014: the International Conference on Entrepreneurship and the International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility.
Idea: “Education properly understood, to me, is not about telling. Education is not about having me tell you something and you regurgitate it to me. It’s about a process of discovery; it’s a process of learning, of asking questions, of making mistakes. It’s trial and error, just like entrepreneurship.” (Jeff Sandefer)
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.