Measuring economic freedom has become a driving force to understand and forecast success in economies. The more economically free societies are, the wealthier, healthier and more successful they become. This unit explains how institutions, economics, geography and the rule of law play major roles in well-being and dignified human flourishing.
Presented by Daniel Serralde
March 13th at NJCU
March 14th at Stockton University
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The National Personal Finance Challenge is a free and fun way to bring the excitement of an athletic competition to academic excellence as students apply their knowledge of personal finance.
The New Jersey Council for Economic Education’s purpose is to enhance the knowledge and capabilities of New Jersey students. As an affiliate of CEE, the leading k-12 economic education organization in the United States, NJCEE is uniquely positioned to provide students the tools necessary to successfully navigate the 21st century economy and to reach their full potential as employees, entrepreneurs, investors, and civic-minded individuals.
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