Bradley K. Hobbs is a Clinical Professor at Clemson University. Professor Hobbs’ research interests encompass property rights, economic freedom, economic growth, financial markets, economic and intellectual history, the philosophical foundations of markets, and teaching. He has published in Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, The Journal of Accounting and Finance Research, Journal of Real Estate Research, Laissez-Faire, Journal of Economics and Finance Education, Journal of Executive Education, Journal of Private Enterprise, Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy, Financial Practice and Education, Research in Finance, among others. Current research projects include a stream of literature on relationships between economic freedom, economic growth, and entrepreneurial behavior; costs in higher education; and historical living standards.
Articles by Bradley K. Hobbs
Should I ever have the chance to meet Faye Lewis, I will soundly congratulate her for her fabulous striving, for her inevitably imperfect, yet wildly-admirable journey.