Dr. Frederic Sautet is an economist who specializes in market process, entrepreneurship research, and political economy. He teaches entrepreneurship theory, history of business and entrepreneurship, and management and organizations at the Busch School of Business. He is the director of the Entrepreneurship Program, which includes the co-specialization and the minor in entrepreneurship. He is also a co-founder of The Arthur and Carlyse Ciocca Center for Principled Entrepreneurship where he is the director of the Röpke-Wojtyła Fellowship and leads the Ciocca Scholars Conference. Dr. Sautet earned a doctorate in economics from the University of Paris and graduated from The Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po. Paris). He also studied at New York University under the auspices of Profs. Israel Kirzner and Mario Rizzo.
See his Ciocca Center page here.
“Catholic University is a unique institution of higher learning, as it offers a dynamic environment for the growth of knowledge that rests on hundreds of years of tradition whereby, for instance, the dignity of the human person, natural law, and Catholic social teaching meet 19th c. political economy, modern entrepreneurship theory, and virtue ethics in business.”