For West Virginia students, citizens, policymakers, and business community to understand the roles that the principles and institutions of a free society play in creating widely shared prosperity.
To advance teaching, research, and outreach on the free enterprise system and how it relates to increased prosperity and quality of life in West Virginia and the world.
- Scholarly Research
- Graduate student development
- Engagement with WVU students and Campus Community
- Outreach to Citizens and Policymakers
- Center for Free Enterprise created in February 2014
- Speaker series inaugurated with Dr. Sean Mulholland of Stonehill College speaking to over 200 B&E students on income inequality and income mobility
- Author of a well-known business ethics textbook, Alexei Marcoux, spoke to a standing room crowd of B&E students on "the market for values." Marcoux also visited a large-section business ethics class.