Hosted by the College of Business and Economics, and generously supported through private support, the Spriggs Family Lecture Series is an annual lecture which builds on current curriculum and offerings in support of the ideas of free market economics. The purpose of this event is to provide a forum for our students and community members that encourages and values discussion, research and hands-on learning. The inaugural lecture took place in February 2022.
Michael Munger “Is Capitalism Sustainable?”
Monday, February 5, 2024
6:30 p.m., Jordan Ballroom, Student Union Building, Boise State University
Michael Munger is a professor of political science and director of the Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Program at Duke University. He is also a research fellow at the Law and Economics Center of George Mason University and a senior fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research.
Munger is the author of several books, including The Sharing Economy: Its Pitfalls and Promises, Tomorrow 3.0: Transactions Costs and the Sharing Economy, Analyzing Policy: Choices, Conflicts, and Practices, Choosing in Groups: Analytical Politics Revisited, and Is Limited Government Possible?
Munger earned his bachelor’s degree from Davidson College and his master’s and Ph.D. from Washington University (St. Louis).
Prior to joining Duke University, he taught at Dartmouth College, the University of Texas , and the University of North Carolina.
Visit Michael Munger’s website.
Free Parking: Lincoln Avenue Garage
Past Spriggs Family Lectures