Sarah will be teaching two courses as part of Acton University at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids Michigan, a conference that attracts over 1000 participants from nearly 80 countries each year! Applications for enrollment in all of Acton U are now closed, but the public is encouraged to attend any (or all) of the “Evening at Acton” dinner/plenary events. Speakers include Mari-Ann Kelam (former member of the Estonian Parliament), Jonah Goldberg (American Enterprise Institute and National Review), Deltan Martinazzo Dallagnol (Federal Public Ministry of Brazil), and Father Robert Sirico (President and Co-founder of the Acton Institute.)

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By Request: Recommended Reading

By Request: Recommended Reading

Today was the first day of Acton University Online, during which I had the honor of sitting on a panel with two other economists and also the privilege of a more one-on-one in feeling (though there were over 100 in attendance!) "Engage the Speaker" session. The former...

Econ Really is for Lovers

Econ Really is for Lovers

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to explain how I named this website and, more importantly, why I think economics is for lovers.   The Birth of When I found my name was already taken for a web domain, Sara Aldworth, director of marketing at...

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Why Econ is for Lovers? Sarah’s work—and this website—isn’t just about her love for econ and a desire to share it, but rather that economics, as a tool of prudence, can help us to facilitate the Good of the other, that is to love well. (This slogan is also a whimsical reference to Sarah’s grad school home in Charlottesville as it echoes Virginia’s classic state tourism motto.)