ABOUT ISEG

We research and teach innovative market-based solutions to promote higher standards of living, full employment, and equal opportunities for everyone.

About ISEG

We research and teach innovative market-based solutions to promote higher standards of living, full employment, and equal opportunities for everyone.

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Our current economic structures have failed to deliver on the promise of societal prosperity. There is systematic poverty, long-term unemployment, and lost opportunities for individuals to thrive.

So, it’s on us to find the solutions.

What WE DO

We focus on developing a new generation of business leaders and producing actionable insights for policy makers.

What WE DO

We focus on developing a new generation of business leaders and producing actionable insights for policy makers.

HOW WE DO IT

We partner with individuals and organizations to develop actionable solutions to pressing social issues.

HOW WE DO IT

We partner with individuals and organizations to develop actionable solutions to pressing social issues.

OUR FOCUS

DIGITALIZATION & INNOVATION

BEHAVIORAL CHANGES

MARKET-BASED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

EXPLORE

RECENT PUBLICATIONS:


The Proper Role for States in Antitrust Lawsuits

Introduction For the first time in decades, antitrust is front and center in the national discourse. Four government…

Using an Exogenous Mechanism to Examine Efficient Probabilistic Punishment

Freeriding can be made more costly by increasing either the probability of being caught or the severity of…

The Effect of Digitalization on Penalty Payments: An Experimental Investigation

The method of payment for penalties such as traffic tickets or library fines has become increasingly digitalized, with…
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RECENT NEWS:


ISEG brings Jason Riley to Wichita as special guest presenter

The Institute for the Study of Economic Growth was proud to partner with AIER’s Bastiat Society program in Wichita and…

Abigail Devereaux participates at Mont Pelerin Society’s 75th General meeting

ISEG Research Fellow Dr. Abigail Devereaux attended the 75th annual Mont Pelerin Society meetings in Olso to introduce and…

Mota presents at Wichita Startup Week event

ISEG Research Fellow Eric C. Mota presented “Entrepreneurial Action with a Strategic Perspective: How to Align Entrepreneurial Efforts for…
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