Crony Capitalism or governmental intervention into the economy (e.g., subsidies, tariffs, anti-trust laws, etc.) benefits large corporations at the expense of small businesses and individual citizens. But is crony capitalism inevitable in democracies? And can the U.S. Constitution safeguard against crony capitalism?
Join us for a Lyceum Lecture on Tuesday, December 1 from 5:30 - 6:15 PM EST. We will have a conversation with Dr. Michael Munger about "Crony Capitalism and the American Constitution."
The Lyceum Lectures are hosted by the Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism (CISC). They have been made possible with generous support from the Jack Miller Center (JMC).
This event is free and open to the public. Click here to register.
About Dr. Michael Munger
Dr. Michael Munger is Professor of Political Science and Director of the Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Program at Duke University. His primary research focus is on the functioning of markets, regulation, and government institutions. Dr. Munger has taught at Dartmouth College, University of Texas, and University of North Carolina and has also worked as a staff economist at the Federal Trade Commission during the Reagan Administration. He is a Senior Fellow of the Independent Institute and the American Institute for Economic Research and is a former President of the Public Choice Society. Dr. Munger was North American Editor of the journal Public Choice for five years and is now a Co-Editor of The Independent Review. His most recent books include Is Capitalism Sustainable? and Tomorrow 3.0: Transaction Costs and the Sharing Economy. Dr. Munger holds an MA and PhD in Economics from Washington University in St. Louis.
Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at 5:30pm to 6:15pmVirtual Event