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Luncheon and Discussion with Andrew Stuttaford - “Electric Cars: Central Planning's Latest Vehicle” - Pacific Research Institute

Luncheon and Discussion with Andrew Stuttaford – “Electric Cars: Central Planning’s Latest Vehicle”

March 14, 2024
12:00 pm
Omni Hotel
500 California Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

Pacific Research Institute and National Review Institute are pleased to present an event with Andrew Stuttaford, Editor of National Review Capital Matters

“Electric Cars: Central Planning’s Latest Vehicle”
Efforts to mandate electric vehicles promises major problems ahead


Thursday, March 14, 2024


Omni Hotel San Francisco (North Beach Room)
500 California St,
San Francisco, CA 94104


Registration opens 11:45am
Luncheon and Remarks 12:00pm
Event concludes 1:15pm


Registration Fee $75
Sir Antony Fisher Freedom Society Member $65
About Andrew Stuttaford

Andrew Stuttaford has been writing for National Review since the early 1990s. He took up full-time positions with National Review and National Review Institute in March 2020 and since then has been the editor of National Review Capital Matters (NRCM), an initiative focused on financial and economic coverage. Andrew and other writers for NRCM focus on the importance of free markets, and Andrew has frequently written on electric vehicles as a problematic example of central planning at work.

Prior to joining National Review and National Review Institute, Andrew, who qualified as an attorney in the U.K., worked in the international financial markets for nearly four decades, latterly as the CEO of the U.S. subsidiary of a Nordic investment bank. Andrew has written for a wide range of publications over the years including The Wall Street Journal, The New Criterion, The Weekly Standard, and Standpoint on political, economic, and cultural matters.

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