The O'Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom Presents
The Future of Economic Freedom
The fourth annual conference will feature:
Robert Lawson (O'Neil Center) on America's ten-year decline in economic freedom.
W. Michael Cox (O'Neil Center) on America's choice: Economic Freedom or the Road to Serfdom.
Ben Powell (Suffolk University) on how markets do more than activist campaigns to help the poor.
Christopher Coyne (George Mason University) on the perils of aggressive foreign policy.
Michael Clemens (Center for Global Development) on how immigrants add to a dynamic economy.
Michael Strong (FLOW, Conscious Capitalism, Inc.) on how free governance can reduce world poverty.
Veronique de Rugy (Mercatus Center) on how competition between governments will lower taxes.
John Mackey (CEO, Whole Foods Market, Inc.) on the success of free enterprise Capitalism.
Breakfast and luncheon included
September 21, 2012
8:00 - 1:30 p.m.
Collins Center, SMU
Proceeds will support student programs and other educational activities of the O'Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom.