The CTpost published ISFE Affiliate's Op-Ed on work scheduling laws.
The Institute for the Study of Free Enterprise (ISFE) is pleased to announce our 2021 Summer Faculty Research Grant Program is now accepting applications. Please apply via the portal by Friday, June 4, 2021.
The Institute for the Study of Free Enterprise is dedicated to understanding the role that markets play in the economy and in society. The Institute’s mission is to generate intellectually rigorous research and an open dialogue to discover and understand how free enterprise affects peoples’ lives and the well-being of society.
Charles Courtemanche, Anh Le, Aaron Yelowitz, Ron Zimmer
Timothy F. Harris, Aaron Yelowitz, Charles Courtemanche
Christopher R. Bollinger, Aaron Yelowitz
Abstract: As many as two-thirds of newly-released inmates will be arrested for a new offense within three years. This study evaluates the impact of job assistance on recidivism rates among ex-offenders.
Aaron Yelowitz, Samuel J. Ingram
In the News
The Morning Consult published an op-ed by Institute for the Study of Free Enterprise director, Chuck Courtemanche, Mike Pesko, and Catherine Maclean, regarding how to beat the tobacco smoking epidemic.
The Denton Record-Chronicle reported on the new study Chuck Courtemanche, Aaron Yelowitz, Ron Zimmer, & Anh Le, showing that resuming in person learning at Texas schools last fall accelerated spread of COVID-19.
The University of Kentucky College of Communication and Information is producing a new podcast pioneered by UK students Trace Williams, Michael Morgan and Trevor Payne. The podcast, “Breaking the Boundary,” emphasizes the need to shift the focus of unsolved global issues to a solution-oriented approach.
ISFE is funding the students to produce this new podcast.
Institute for the Study of Free Enterprise affiliate, Aaron Yelowitz is quoted in this recent California Healthline article by Anna Almendrala.