CEI is hosting an online Zoom event on November 30 on supply chains, featuring my colleagues Sean Higgins, Marlo Lewis, Iain Murray, and me. It will begin at 12:00 ET. You can register here. The full event will be posted on YouTube afterwards.
Here is the invitation text:
Just in time for the holiday season, the global supply network is fraying in ways that affect our everyday lives. While Washington policy makers debate short-term fixes, the only real solutions are long-term reforms. Please join CEI for a discussion of the root causes of our current crisis that have been percolating for years pre-COVID. CEI Vice President Iain Murray will moderate a discussion with our respective experts in trade, labor, and energy policy, Ryan Young, Sean Higgins, and Marlo Lewis.
Sean Higgins, Research Fellow, Competitive Enterprise Institute
Marlo Lewis, Senior Fellow, Competitive Enterprise Institute
Iain Murray, Vice President, Competitive Enterprise Institute
Ryan Young, Senior Fellow, Competitive Enterprise Institute
Tuesday, November 30, 2021
12:00 – 1:00 pm EST
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Sean Higgins is a research fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute specializing in labor and employment issues. Prior to joining CEI, he covered the intersection of politics and economics as a journalist for two decades, as senior writer for the Washington Examiner, Washington correspondent for Investor’s Business Daily, and a contributor to publications like The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Reason and National Review Online.
Marlo Lewis is a senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute. He writes on global warming, energy policy, environmentalism, and the precautionary principle. Prior to joining CEI in 2002, he was director of external relations at the Reason Foundation, staff director of the House Government Reform Subcommittee on National Economic Growth, Natural Resources, and Regulatory Affairs during the 106th Congress.
Iain Murray is vice president for strategy, senior fellow, and director of the Center for Economic Freedom at the Competitive Enterprise Institute. He is author of the best-selling books The Socialist Temptation, The Really Inconvenient Truths, and Stealing You Blind: How Government Fat Cats Are Getting Rich Off of You. He has written extensively on the role free markets play in improving our lives.
Ryan Young is a senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute. His research focuses on regulatory reform, trade policy, and antitrust regulation. He writes the popular “This Week in Ridiculous Regulations” series for CEI’s OpenMarket blog.