2010 Free Market Forum

2010 Free Market Forum

The fourth Free Market Forum took place in Dearborn, Michigan, on September 30-October 1, 2010. Seventy-five faculty members and state policy leaders from more than 20 states and Canadian provinces participated in the Forum.

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“Benevolence and Freedom”
Arthur Brooks, American Enterprise Institute

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Panel 1: “The Role of Government in Improving Health Care”

Chair: Burton Folsom, Jr., Hillsdale College

“Regulation and Pharmaceuticals”
Tomas J. Philipson, University of Chicago

“Does Government-Run Health Care Work?”
Sally Pipes, Pacific Research Institute

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“Real Ways to Drive Down the Costs of Health Care”
Scott Harrington, Wharton Business School

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Panel 2: “Free Markets, Government, and Energy Policy”

Chair: Kris Mauren, Acton Institute

“Current Status of the Global Warming Debate”
Steven Hayward, American Enterprise Institute

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“Why Economics May Determine the Global Warming Debate”
William W. Beach, Heritage Foundation

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“How to End Our Dependence on Foreign Oil”
Gary Wolfram, Hillsdale College

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“TARP, the Constitution, and Economic Liberty”
Eric Claeys, George Mason University

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Panel 3: “U.S. Economic Policy Since Fall 2008”

Chair: Stephen Moore, Wall Street Journal

“Economic Outlook and the Dollar”
David Malpass, Encima Global

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“Government Motors”
Paul Ingrassia, Wall Street Journal

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“Regulating Wall Street”
Nicole Gelinas, Manhattan Institute

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“Economics and the 2010 Elections”
Fred Barnes, Executive Editor, The Weekly Standard

 

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