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The Entrepreneurial Process (10 min. video)

What makes entrepreneurs tick? Creative knowledge, initiative, trial and error, perseverance, and more. This mini lecture by Stephen Hicks is part of a new series of short, instructional lectures on entrepreneurship. This video is produced by the Center for Ethics … Continue reading

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Philosophy of Education

In this fifteen-part video course we cover key philosophical issues that bear directly upon education. We discuss the works of several philosophers — Plato, Locke, Kant, Dewey, and others — who have influenced education greatly, and we compare several systems … Continue reading

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Kindle version of “What Business Ethics Can Learn from Entrepreneurship”

Stephen Hicks’ essay is now available at Amazon in Kindle e-book format. It was for awhile on the Social Science Research Network’s “Top Ten” list of papers in the Entrepreneurship Research & Policy Network.It has also been translated into Serbo-Croatian translation [pdf]. Here’s … Continue reading

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Hayek and Rand on values – APEE 2011 conference

For this year’s conference of the Association of Private Enterprise Education, Stephen Hicks is organizing and chairing a session on two giants of the twentieth century — Friedrich Hayek and Ayn Rand — with four scholars comparing their views on values and political … Continue reading

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