Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Project for Economic Growth
The Heritage Foundation
Registration/Sign-In begins at 6pm.
Mr. Moore's presentation will begin at 6:30pm and will include an opportunity for Q&A.
Reception to follow.
Stephen Moore, 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. Moore, who also was a member of The Journal’s editorial board, returned to Heritage in January 2014 -- about 25 years after his tenure as the leading conservative think tank’s Grover M. Hermann Fellow in Budgetary Affairs from 1984 to 1987.
As Distinguished Visiting Fellow at Heritage, Moore focuses on advancing public policies that increase the rate of economic growth to help the United States retain its position as the global economic superpower. He also works on budget, fiscal and monetary policy and showcases states that get fiscal houses in order.
Moore’s early career was shaped by three people who had a profound influence on him: Julian Simon, the late Cato Institute scholar; Edwin J. Feulner, a co-founder of Heritage; and Art Laffer, the economist best known for the Laffer curve.
Moore calls his creation of the Club for Growth the defining moment of his career. The organization, which he left in 2004, helps elect conservative members of Congress.
Moore next founded the Free Enterprise Fund before joining The Wall Street Journal. As senior economics writer for the newspaper’s editorial board, he covered Washington policy debates and state issues.
Moore, who grew up in New Trier Township, Ill., received a bachelor of arts degree from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He holds a Master’s of arts in economics from George Mason University.
This event will take place at the 10th Floor Conference Room at Booz Allen Hamilton, 901 15th Street, Washington, DC 20005.
Registration space is limited and successful registration is required to guarantee a ticket.
Note: Registration is open through Wednesday, 5-24-17.
Credit Card payment is non refundable but you may substitute someone in your place for attendance.