Property Rights vs. The Environment

Property Rights vs. The Environment

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About the Webinar

“Property Rights vs. The Environment” revolves around four “Big Questions”

  1. Is there truly an insolvable conflict between economic growth and the environment?
  2. What structural issues contribute to this perception of conflict?
  3. How are property rights and the environment linked?
  4. Communal Ownership: How does it work?

This is a previously recorded webinar. The recording includes a 30-minute presentation followed by a 15-minute question and answer period by LIVE attendees. If you are interested in attending one of our upcoming webinars, look under the Upcoming Events tab.

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About the Speaker

Bradley Hobbs

Bradley K. Hobbs is a Clinical Professor of Economics at Clemson University. He was previously the BB&T Distinguished Professor of Free Enterprise at Florida Gulf Coast University. Professor Hobbs was invited to Clemson University as the F.A. Hayek Visiting Scholar for the Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism on sabbatical in 2013-14. In 2017 he returned to Clemson University full-time in the economics department.

His Ph.D. is from Florida State University and his research interests are wide in range encompassing property rights, economic freedom, economic growth, financial markets, economic and intellectual history, the philosophical foundations of markets, and teaching. He has published in numerous academic journals and in pieces for the engaged public.

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