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Ross Emmett
Works at Michigan State University
Attended Old Dominion University
Lives in East Lansing, MI
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  • Michigan State University
    Professor, present
  • Augustana University College
  • University of Alberta
  • Trinity Western University
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East Lansing, MI
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Norfolk, VA - Camrose, AB - Winnipeg, MB - Langley, BC - Columbia, SC - Sindelfingen, Germany - Monterrey, California
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Dr. Ross B. Emmett is a professor in James Madison College at Michigan State University and co-director of the College’s Michigan Center for Innovation & Economic Prosperity. His teaching deals with the central question of comparative economic governance: what is the relationship between basic economic institutions and their legal, cultural and political contexts? His research concerns both the history of how modern societies have answered that question, and how today’s answers affect liberty, innovation and entrepreneurship.
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  • Old Dominion University
  • University of South Carolina
  • Simon Fraser University
  • University of Manitoba
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