- The Center's 2019–20 annual report is now available on the About page.
- The Center has just released a new working paper from Michael Matheis (Saint Anselm College Economics) and Center Director Jason Sorens on "Framing Affordable Housing: Experimental Evidence from New Hampshire." See our Research section for more details.
- Richard Rothstein, author of the bestselling book The Color of Law: The Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America, will be conducting a webinar followed by panel discussion for the Center on September 22 at 4 PM. You may also use this link to find a code for a book discount. Register now on Eventbrite.
- The Center's "Building the Cities of the Future: More Markets or More Regulation?" webinar with Ed Glaeser (Harvard), Emily Hamilton (GMU-Mercatus), Alain Bertaud (NYU), and Gerrit-Jan Knaap (Maryland) took place Monday August 10. Video available here.
- The "Federalism and the Regulatory Policies of Local and Regional Governments" research workshop will take place virtually on October 3 and 4. The International Ethics of Business, Trade, and Global Governance conference will take place virtually on December 4. The updated call for papers is here, and submissions were due September 15. Register now on Eventbrite.
The Center seeks to develop principled ethical leadership in the for-profit, nonprofit, and public sectors. Accordingly, we offer a range of programming for leaders and thinkers beyond the Saint Anselm campus, ranging from roundtable forums that bring together expert knowledge and community input to leadership seminars for directors, managers, executives, and other decision-makers in business and philanthropy.
The Center fosters both high-quality scholarship on topics in public ethics, broadly defined, and ethical leadership education for Saint Anselm College and New Hampshire high school students. Programs include research workshops and conferences, support for faculty and student research, and exciting discussions, competitions, and other activities for both St. A's students and high school students.