Kaizen 15 — the Eduardo Marty interview

The latest issue of Kaizen [pdf] features Stephen Hicks’ interview with the excellent Eduardo Marty, founder of Junior Achievement in Argentina as well as in several other south and central American countries — including Cuba, before he and his professors were arrested for teaching entrepreneurship and kicked out of the country.

The theme of the interview isEntrepreneurship in Argentina. Argentina is rich in resources and cultural history but currently ranks poorly in economic health and freedom indexes, so Marty’s efforts are especially important.

Also featured in Kaizen are the latest student essay contest winners — Kathleen Simmert, Nathaniel Branch, and Amelia Francesco — a report on guest speaker Dr. Nimish Adhia, and other news from the Center for Ethics and Entrepreneurship.

If you would like to receive a complimentary issue of the print version ofKaizen, please email your name and postal address to CEE [at] Rockford [dot] edu.

Originally posted by Stephen Hicks on http://www.stephenhicks.org/

About William Kline

William Kline is an associate professor in the department of Business Administration at the University of Illinois, Springfield.
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