On January 28 and 29, 2022, MBA student chapter leaders from across the country gathered for a retreat in Arlington, Virginia.
Jonah Goldberg on the stunning advancements ushered in by capitalism, and today’s threats to our economic system and widespread prosperity. Mr. Goldberg holds the Asness Chair in Applied Liberty at the American Enterprise Institute, is editor-in-chief and co-founder of “The Dispatch,” and author of Suicide of the West.
Professor Maria Paganelli on the importance of Adam Smith’s life and the abiding influence of his work. Professor Paganelli is an associate professor of Economics at Trinity University and the author of the Routledge Guidebook of Smith’s Wealth of Nations (2020).
George Mason economist Don Boudreaux on the historical context of today’s antitrust debates. Professor Boudreaux, a senior fellow at the Mercatus Center, will tackle difficult questions about Section 230 regulation and consumer harm in a zero-cost space.
John Hopkins political science professor Steven Teles on how regulatory capture hurts the most vulnerable in society and what can be done to counteract special interest groups. A senior fellow at the Niskanen Center, Professor Teles is coauthor of The Captured Economy.