Dale M. Haywood

Dr. Dale M. Haywood taught economics and philosophy at Northwood University from 1965 until his death in 2006. He was loved by students and faculty, and famous for his 12-cell matrix which the Mackinac Center for Public Policy believes properly "describes why private property, a free market, a profit and loss system and limited government are necessary components for allowing people to prosper." Dr. Dale M. Haywood served on the board of scholars for the Mackinac Center for Public Policy and delivered his 12-cell matrix speech to an audience of summer interns over two-days.

Dale M. Haywood's Articles

A Human Action Taxonomy

We interact in society voluntarily or coercively and the consequences make all the difference.

- December 01, 1978

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