Daniel Benjamin

"Free Market Environmentalism"
Thursday March 27, 7-8 p.m.
Ferguson Center, Music and Theatre Hall

Daniel K. Benjamin is a professor of economics at Clemson University and a senior fellow at the Property & Environment Research Center (PERC) in Bozeman, Montana. Benjamin joined PERC in 1994 as a senior fellow and the director of the PERC Fellowship Program for graduate and law students with an interest in natural resources and the environment. During the Reagan administration, Benjamin was a deputy assistant secretary for policy and a chief of staff at the Department of Labor. Earlier, he had served as a staff economist with the President's Council of Economic Advisers. Benjamin graduated from the University of Virginia and completed his PhD. in economics in 1975 at the University of California at Los Angeles where he was a National Science Foundation Fellow. Benjamin has taught at Montana State University, the University of Washington and the University of California at Santa Barbara.

For more information contact Mrs. Dianne Williams in the Department of Economics at (757) 594-7068 or dianne.williams@cnu.edu

Collage of Students with SpeakersSince 2006, the BB&T Colloquium Series on Capitalism has brought leading scholars in economics, political science and public policy to CNU to speak to students and the general public on current topics.

These lectures and related events, which take place once a semester, often overlap with course material and provide students with rich opportunities to raise questions and engage experts face to face. Students relish the personal interaction, and BB&T lecturers -- noting the high caliber of questions and comments as well as the beauty of the CNU campus -- enjoy it, too.

For further details on the BB&T Colloquium Series, contact the Department of Economics at (757) 594-7068 or dianne.williams@cnu.edu.

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