Since its inception in 2017, the Markets and Management Network has brought together leading management scholars from across the U.S. and the world to discuss critical issues regarding freedom at the intersection of markets and management, with implications for how individuals organize and trade with each other under different politico-economic systems. Today, the Markets and Management network is a robust group of more than 70 dedicated scholars meeting monthly to engage in discourse and discussion on a variety of research topics.
Virtual seminars include such topics as:
- Spontaneous orders, entrepreneurship, and the creation of markets in comparative perspective.
- Dynamic capabilities at the governmental level.
- Civil liberties in the time of national emergencies.
- Privacy and civil liberties in a data-driven world.
- Entrepreneurial responses and hurdles in the response to pandemic crises and national emergencies.
In addition to presenting their own research, more than 60 senior scholars lead and facilitate communities of learning among junior scholars so they can provide constructive feedback and guidance.