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Stephen Moore – What Lies Ahead: Policy Implications from the 2020 Election – Pacific Research Institute

Stephen Moore – What Lies Ahead: Policy Implications from the 2020 Election

December 3, 2020
San Francisco, CA, USA
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Webinar and Discussion with Economist Stephen Moore

 

Dec 3, 2020
11:00 AM Pacific Time
(US and Canada)

 

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Join us for a webinar and discussion with economist Stephen Moore on the domestic policy implications from 2020 election. Now that voters have spoken, we will analyze the outcomes of major national and state races and explore what the results mean for jobs and the economy. Moore, a member of President Trump’s economic task force, will offer his insights into what lies ahead for our nation amid the ongoing pandemic, civil unrest, and increasing political divide.
This live webinar will feature a Q&A session with attendees hosted by PRI Senior Fellow Steven F. Hayward, Ph.D. Attendees are encouraged to submit questions using the “Q&A” feature on the Zoom platform.


 

WEBINAR SPEAKERS

 

Stephen Moore (Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Institute for Economic Freedom @Heritage Foundation)
who formerly wrote on the economy and public policy for The Wall Street Journal, is the Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Project for Economic Growth, at The Heritage Foundation.

 

Dr. Steven F. Hayward, Ph.D. (Senior Fellow @Pacific Research Institute)
writes frequently on a wide range of issues, including environmentalism, law, economics, and public policy, and has published dozens of articles in scholarly and popular journals. His work has appeared in National Review, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Reason, The Weekly Standard, Policy Review, and Chicago Tribune.
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