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How a Liberal Arts Education Inspires Entrepreneurial Thinking
Gordon has long enjoyed a culture where new initiatives match new ideas. And scholarship anchors both. From the Institute for Public History and Global Educ (More)
New Book on Economic Growth Addresses Poverty
For almost 10,000 years of recorded history, most people had to eke out a living in pain and difficulty. What was once the global norm, today's deep poverty is al (More)
The Case for Economic Growth and Winter Discussions
Even during the winter break, professors were interacting with colleagues in their field. Many from the English and Language and Linguistics departments attended the Modern Language Association conference i (More)
Summer Scholar: Smith Presents New Data on India at U.S. International Trade Commission
Editor's note: This is part of a series of stories exploring what Gordon professors are up to in between semesters. More)
Summer Scholar: Dr. Smith Goes to Washington
Editor's note: This is part of a series of stories e (More)
Financial Theories Beyond the Classroom

John Truschel, Casey Cooper and Alice Tsang.

Three f (More)
Lessons from History on Integrating Faith and Business
To learn how to merge our faith with our careers, we need to look back to some of the country's first busines (More)