YLC Event – Bottleneckers: Gaming The Government For Power & Private Profit

March 8, 2017
188 Minna St, San Francisco, CA 94105, USA
150320221647327807

Join the us on March 8th and learn how bottleneckers limit consumer choice, drive up prices, and deny you opportunities to start your own business.

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[Books will be for sale at the event!]

  • Bottleneckers exposes industry insiders who convinced the government to block competitors through anticompetitive laws and regulations.
  • Everyone from President Obama to Charles Koch now agrees government overregulation in the form of occupational licensing arbitrarily forecloses economic opportunity, especially for entrepreneurs of modest means.
  • Bottleneckers provides a fascinating history of why many Americans can’t simply start their own businesses. It puts a human face on the villains behind laws that limit competition.

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This Young Leaders Circle member-only (ages 40 and under) event will be held on the 2nd Wednesday of the month, March 8th at 6:30pm. This event is located at a private residence in the Marina. Typically, our monthly events are held at Maritime Wine Tasting Studio in North Beach. Become a member and RSVP for details.

For questions, contact
Stephanie Watson at 415-955-6143 or [email protected]

SPEAKER: DICK CARPENTER

Dr. Dick Carpenter serves as a director of strategic research for the Institute for Justice. As an experienced researcher, Carpenter has presented and published on a variety of topics ranging from educational policy to the dynamics of presidential elections. Before working with IJ, Dick worked as a school teacher and principal, public policy analyst and faculty member at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, where he currently serves as a professor. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Colorado.

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