About APEE

The Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE) is an association of teachers and scholars from colleges and universities, public policy institutes, and industry with a common interest in studying and supporting the system of private enterprise. APEE hosts an annual conference for members to share their scholarly findings and offers a number of awards to […]

Interview with Jeff Sandefer during APEE Annual Conference 2009

Jeff Sandefer describes what it means to be a good teacher and the importance of approaching the classroom with humility rather than arrogance. Sandefer challenges the idea that the purpose of education is to prepare students to serve society. Instead, he explains that a teacher’s job is to ask questions and to inspire. Sandefer describes […]

Opening Reception: Thirty-Fourth Annual Conference, APEE

The Thirty-Fourth Annual Conference of the Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE) was held at Universidad Francisco Marroquín in Guatemala. At the opening reception, UFM President Giancarlo Ibargüen and APEE President Gerald P. Dwyer welcomed the participants. Roberto Salinas León, APEE vice president, explained the theme of this year’s three-day conference. During the evening two […]

J. R. Clark

J. R. Clark is the secretary/treasurer of the Association for Private Enterprise Education (APEE) and the Southern Economic Association. He holds the Scott L. Probasco Chair of Free Enterprise at University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Clark is a specialist in the fields of public choice, public finance, and managerial economics. He earned his PhD and […]

Gerald Gunderson

Gerald Gunderson is director of the Shelby Cullom Davis Endowment at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. He served as president of the Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE) and is currently associate editor of the Journal of Private Enterprise. He is the author of The New Economic History of America and The Wealth Creators: An […]

Gerald P. Dwyer

Gerald P. Dwyer, current president of the Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE), is a vice president in the research department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, where he conducts research on financial and monetary economics. He is also visiting professor at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. He holds a BBA in business, […]

Edward Stringham

Edward Stringham is editor of the Journal of Private Enterprise. He is the Shelby Cullom Davis Associate Professor of American Business and Economic Enterprise at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut and former president of the Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE). Stringham has edited two books, Anarchy and the Law: The Political Economy of Choice […]

Vernon L. Smith

Vernon L. Smith was awarded the 2002 Nobel Prize in Economics for his introducing experimental methods in economic analysis. He is founder of the Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Sciences, George Mason University and has been president of Public Choice Society, Economic Science Association, Western Economic Association and Association for Private Enterprise Education (APEE), among others. […]

Bruce Benson

Bruce Benson is senior fellow at the Independent Institute, the DeVoee Moore Research Professor of Economics at Florida State University and Contributor Editor of The Independent Review. Previosly, he taught at Pennsylvania State University and Montana State University. He holds a BA and MA in Economics from University of Montanta; and a PhD in Economics […]

Interview with Mojca Kucler Dolinar by Luis Figueroa

About this video Mojca Kucler Dolinar talks about the process of higher education reform in Slovenia, which is based on the Bologna principles and is driven in large part by the growing number of Slovenian students who seek opportunities for higher education. She explains that the goals are to ensure compatibility among educational institutions and […]

Interview with Gerald P. Dwyer by Luis Figueroa

About this video Gerald P. Dwyer compares financial stability and innovation and analyzes some of the causes behind the global financial crisis. He explains the role of the Federal Reserve in the United States and some of the problems that occurred worldwide with housing prices, mortgages, and subprime loans. He also discusses some of the […]

Interview with Jeff Sandefer during APEE Annual Conference 2009

Jeff Sandefer describes what it means to be a good teacher and the importance of approaching the classroom with humility rather than arrogance. Sandefer challenges the idea that the purpose of education is to prepare students to serve society. Instead, he explains that a teacher’s job is to ask questions and to inspire. Sandefer describes […]

Opening Reception: Thirty-Fourth Annual Conference, APEE

The Thirty-Fourth Annual Conference of the Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE) was held at Universidad Francisco Marroquín in Guatemala. At the opening reception, UFM President Giancarlo Ibargüen and APEE President Gerald P. Dwyer welcomed the participants. Roberto Salinas León, APEE vice president, explained the theme of this year’s three-day conference. During the evening two […]

Interview with Mojca Kucler Dolinar by Luis Figueroa

About this video Mojca Kucler Dolinar talks about the process of higher education reform in Slovenia, which is based on the Bologna principles and is driven in large part by the growing number of Slovenian students who seek opportunities for higher education. She explains that the goals are to ensure compatibility among educational institutions and […]

Interview with Gerald P. Dwyer by Luis Figueroa

About this video Gerald P. Dwyer compares financial stability and innovation and analyzes some of the causes behind the global financial crisis. He explains the role of the Federal Reserve in the United States and some of the problems that occurred worldwide with housing prices, mortgages, and subprime loans. He also discusses some of the […]

About APEE

The Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE) is an association of teachers and scholars from colleges and universities, public policy institutes, and industry with a common interest in studying and supporting the system of private enterprise. APEE hosts an annual conference for members to share their scholarly findings and offers a number of awards to […]

J. R. Clark

J. R. Clark is the secretary/treasurer of the Association for Private Enterprise Education (APEE) and the Southern Economic Association. He holds the Scott L. Probasco Chair of Free Enterprise at University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Clark is a specialist in the fields of public choice, public finance, and managerial economics. He earned his PhD and […]

Gerald Gunderson

Gerald Gunderson is director of the Shelby Cullom Davis Endowment at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. He served as president of the Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE) and is currently associate editor of the Journal of Private Enterprise. He is the author of The New Economic History of America and The Wealth Creators: An […]

Gerald P. Dwyer

Gerald P. Dwyer, current president of the Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE), is a vice president in the research department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, where he conducts research on financial and monetary economics. He is also visiting professor at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. He holds a BBA in business, […]

Edward Stringham

Edward Stringham is editor of the Journal of Private Enterprise. He is the Shelby Cullom Davis Associate Professor of American Business and Economic Enterprise at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut and former president of the Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE). Stringham has edited two books, Anarchy and the Law: The Political Economy of Choice […]

Vernon L. Smith

Vernon L. Smith was awarded the 2002 Nobel Prize in Economics for his introducing experimental methods in economic analysis. He is founder of the Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Sciences, George Mason University and has been president of Public Choice Society, Economic Science Association, Western Economic Association and Association for Private Enterprise Education (APEE), among others. […]

Bruce Benson

Bruce Benson is senior fellow at the Independent Institute, the DeVoee Moore Research Professor of Economics at Florida State University and Contributor Editor of The Independent Review. Previosly, he taught at Pennsylvania State University and Montana State University. He holds a BA and MA in Economics from University of Montanta; and a PhD in Economics […]

About APEE

The Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE) is an association of teachers and scholars from colleges and universities, public policy institutes, and industry with a common interest in studying and supporting the system of private enterprise. APEE hosts an annual conference for members to share their scholarly findings and offers a number of awards to […]

Interview with Jeff Sandefer during APEE Annual Conference 2009

Jeff Sandefer describes what it means to be a good teacher and the importance of approaching the classroom with humility rather than arrogance. Sandefer challenges the idea that the purpose of education is to prepare students to serve society. Instead, he explains that a teacher’s job is to ask questions and to inspire. Sandefer describes […]

Opening Reception: Thirty-Fourth Annual Conference, APEE

The Thirty-Fourth Annual Conference of the Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE) was held at Universidad Francisco Marroquín in Guatemala. At the opening reception, UFM President Giancarlo Ibargüen and APEE President Gerald P. Dwyer welcomed the participants. Roberto Salinas León, APEE vice president, explained the theme of this year’s three-day conference. During the evening two […]

J. R. Clark

J. R. Clark is the secretary/treasurer of the Association for Private Enterprise Education (APEE) and the Southern Economic Association. He holds the Scott L. Probasco Chair of Free Enterprise at University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Clark is a specialist in the fields of public choice, public finance, and managerial economics. He earned his PhD and […]

Gerald Gunderson

Gerald Gunderson is director of the Shelby Cullom Davis Endowment at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. He served as president of the Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE) and is currently associate editor of the Journal of Private Enterprise. He is the author of The New Economic History of America and The Wealth Creators: An […]

Gerald P. Dwyer

Gerald P. Dwyer, current president of the Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE), is a vice president in the research department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, where he conducts research on financial and monetary economics. He is also visiting professor at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. He holds a BBA in business, […]

Edward Stringham

Edward Stringham is editor of the Journal of Private Enterprise. He is the Shelby Cullom Davis Associate Professor of American Business and Economic Enterprise at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut and former president of the Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE). Stringham has edited two books, Anarchy and the Law: The Political Economy of Choice […]

Vernon L. Smith

Vernon L. Smith was awarded the 2002 Nobel Prize in Economics for his introducing experimental methods in economic analysis. He is founder of the Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Sciences, George Mason University and has been president of Public Choice Society, Economic Science Association, Western Economic Association and Association for Private Enterprise Education (APEE), among others. […]

Bruce Benson

Bruce Benson is senior fellow at the Independent Institute, the DeVoee Moore Research Professor of Economics at Florida State University and Contributor Editor of The Independent Review. Previosly, he taught at Pennsylvania State University and Montana State University. He holds a BA and MA in Economics from University of Montanta; and a PhD in Economics […]

Interview with Mojca Kucler Dolinar by Luis Figueroa

About this video Mojca Kucler Dolinar talks about the process of higher education reform in Slovenia, which is based on the Bologna principles and is driven in large part by the growing number of Slovenian students who seek opportunities for higher education. She explains that the goals are to ensure compatibility among educational institutions and […]

Interview with Gerald P. Dwyer by Luis Figueroa

About this video Gerald P. Dwyer compares financial stability and innovation and analyzes some of the causes behind the global financial crisis. He explains the role of the Federal Reserve in the United States and some of the problems that occurred worldwide with housing prices, mortgages, and subprime loans. He also discusses some of the […]