Clay Routledge

Clay Routledge is a senior research fellow at the Archbridge Institute, the Arden & Donna Hetland Distinguished Professor of Business at North Dakota State University, the director of the Psychology of Progress Project, a faculty scholar at the Challey Institute for Global Innovation and Growth, and a leading expert in existential psychology. Clay has authored over 100 academic journal articles, two books, and dozens of articles for outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Newsweek, USA Today, National Review, Entrepreneur, and Harvard Business Review. He has also co-edited three books on existential psychology.

Investigating Human Flourishing at Harvard

Investigating Human Flourishing at Harvard The following is an interview conducted by Profectus Co-editor Clay Routledge with Brendan Case and Matthew T. Lee. Brendan Case,...

Existential Economics

Humans are often described as social animals because we are so driven by the need for connection and much of our success as a...

Rediscovering the Bonds We Share

In these polarized times, people are regularly encouraged to think about differences between groups. Social commentators expound on the differences between conservatives and liberals,...