Growing Michigan's Economy - 5:14
with Dr. Tawni Hunt Ferrarini a Professor at Lindenwood University's
Posted Sep 28, 2018
Tawni Hunt Ferrariniserves as a faculty scholar for the Fraser Institute (Canada), Council on Economic Education (Japan), and Mackinac Center for Public Policy (Michigan). Her reputation as a dynamic speaker on economic topics brings her around the globe. She is widely known for exciting a wide variety of audiences about how sound economic reasoning can help them take firm steps toward living personally rewardinglives. Her teaching, research, and service focus on regional growth and development with particular attention drawn to the role of responsible and accountable individuals.
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