Dwight Lee, Research Fellow at The Independent Institute and the William J. O’Neil Endowed Chair Global Markets and Freedom and Scholar in Residence at Southern Methodist University, speaks to the SMU Cox School Smith Soc Chapter about the ideas behind free markets and their value and importance today.
About Dwight Lee
Dwight R. Lee is a Research Fellow at The Independent Institute and the William J. O’Neil Endowed Chair Global Markets and Freedom and Scholar in Residence at Southern Methodist University. He received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of California, San Diego, and he has taught at the University of Georgia, Washington University, George Mason University, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, University of Colorado, San Diego State College, and American Institute of Banking.
His books include Economics in Our Time (with R. McNown), Microeconomics (with F. Glahe), Taxation and the Deficit Economy (ed.), Regulating Government (with R. McKenzie), The Market Reader (ed. with J. Doti), Quicksilver Capital (with R. McKenzie), and Failure and Progress (with R. McKenzie). A contributor to 25 other books, he is the author of over 135 scholarly articles and reviews, and his articles have appeared in The Washington Times, Chicago Tribune, Wall Street Journal, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Atlanta Constitution, USA Today, and other newspapers and magazines.
He is former president of the Association of Private Enterprise Education and president of the Southern Economic Association.