Featuring James Gwartney, Coauthor, Economic Freedom of the World: 2006 Annual Report (Fraser Institute and Cato Institute, 2006), and Simeon Djankov, Lead Author, Doing Business in 2007: How to Reform (World Bank, 2006).
Featuring the author Timothy P. Carney, Warren T. Brookes Journalism Fellow, Competitive Enterprise Institute, with comments by Jim Pinkerton, Columnist, Newsday and moderated by Stephen Slivinski, Director of Budget Studies, Cato Institute
Featuring Deepak Lal, University of California at Los Angeles, Author, Reviving the Invisible Hand: The Case for Classical Liberalism in the Twenty‐first Century (Princeton University Press, 2006), and Ethan Kapstein, Center for Global Development, Author, Economic Justice in an Unfair World: Toward a Level Playing Field (Princeton University Press, 2006).
William N. Eskridge Jr., Professor of Law, Yale University, Coauthor, Gay Marriage: For Better or For Worse? What We’ve Learned from the Evidence (Oxford University Press, 2006) and Maggie Gallagher, President, Institute for Marriage and Public Policy, Coauthor, The Case for Marriage.
Featuring Jack Valenti, Former President and CEO, Motion Picture Association of America; with comments by Leslie Marx, Chief Economist, Federal Communications Commission; and moderated by Roger Pilon, Director, Center for Constitutional Studies.
Featuring the author John Hasnas, Professor of Law and Ethics, Georgetown University Business School; and with comments by Alice Fisher, Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Law Division, Department of Justice.
Featuring the author, Joel Miller; with comments by Jonathan Rauch, Senior Writer, National Journal, Author, Government’s End; and moderated by Stephen Slivinski, Director of Budget Studies, Cato Institute.