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Defense of free enterprise is ultimate goal of grant given to the Johnson Center for Political Economy

A grant from the Bradley Foundation will help the MJC expand academic programs.

A grant from the Bradley Foundation will help the MJC expand academic programs.

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation has awarded the Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy at Troy University a $100,000 grant for programming that defends free enterprise and honorable business practices that produce profitable companies.

The MJC’s Free Enterprise Scholars Program educates business majors in the morality of capitalism and studies the unethical practices…

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Johnson Center launches new program aimed at ending ‘wokeism’ in the corporate world

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Troy University’s Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy in the Sorrell College of Business sets it sight on “woke business” with a new Free Enterprise Scholars program launching this fall.

“The Free Enterprise Scholars program in the Johnson Center is unique among academic opportunities at universities because of its bold embrace of free market…

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Former Intel Vice President Michael Maibach visits the Sorrell College of Business

Former Intel Vice President Michael Maibach presented
 

Michael Maibach visited the Sorrell College of Business on January 24 to deliver a lecture titled “Confessions of a Corporate Lobbyist.” The lecture was sponsored by the Manuel H. Johnson for Political Economy.

Maibach, currently a Distinguished Fellow at Save Our States, enjoyed a long career as a corporate executive. He was President of the…

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Johnson Center hosts former BB&T, Cato Institute executive for ‘Success Stories’

Former BB&T and Cato Institute executive is known as one of the most principled and innovative CEOs in recent decades (TROY photo).

Former BB&T and Cato Institute executive is known as one of the most principled and innovative CEOs in recent decades (TROY photo).

The Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy welcomed Mr. John Allison to campus on Nov. 3. Allison is the former Chairman and CEO of BB&T Corporation and the former President and CEO of the Cato Institute, a think tank in Washington, D.C. He is known as one of the most principled and innovative CEOs…

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