The College of Business’ Free Enterprise Center for Economics Education (FECEE) reaches out to high school students and gives them the foundations of free enterprise. Free enterprise is an economic system where few restrictions are placed on business activities and ownership. In this system, governments generally have minimal ownership of enterprises in the marketplace. This system aims for limited restrictions on trade and minimal government intervention.
The Free Enterprise Center for Economic Education will partner with high schools and school systems to create knowledge, stimulate public discourse, and offer opportunities for engagement in economics conferences, seminars, workshops, and lecture series.
From this community involvement, an appreciation for the importance of free enterprise among high school students, administrators, and business owners will evolve.
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the Free Enterprise Center for Economic Education, contact the Dean's Administrative Assistant at 931-221-1283.