Carol Roth is a “recovering” investment banker, entrepreneur, TV pundit and host, and New York Times bestselling author of The Entrepreneur Equation.
She has worked in a variety of capacities across several industries, including currently as an outsourced CCO, a director on public and private company boards, and a strategic advisor. She advocates for small business, small government, and big hair. Her new book, The War on Small Business: How the Government Used the Pandemic to Crush the Backbone of America, Roth unveils the many abuses of power inflicted on small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wayne Winegarden, Ph.D., is a senior fellow in business and economics as well as the Director of PRI’s Center for Medical Economics and Innovation.
Winegarden’s policy research explores the connection between macroeconomic policies and economic outcomes, with a focus on fiscal policy, the health care industry, and the energy sector. As Director of the Center for Medical Economics and Innovation, Winegarden spearheads research and advances policies that support the continued viability and vitality of the U.S. biomedical and pharmaceutical industries to the benefit of patients and overall economic growth.
Dr. Winegarden is also the Principal of an economic advisory firm that advises clients on the economic, business, and investment implications from changes in broader macroeconomic trends and government policies.