A well-functioning economy is grounded in the rule of law and allows markets to deliver mutually-beneficial outcomes absent undue government interference and favoritism towards particular businesses and individuals. As an experienced scholar with a solid body of publications in topics related to these issues, you believe this vision is not sufficiently realized in the current economy. Government is increasingly erecting harmful barriers, interfering with the functioning of private markets, and advancing cronyism and corporate welfare through policies that allow well-connected groups to receive special benefits at the expense of everyone else. Come join our policy team as we foster a national conversation about economic opportunity.
As our Senior Fellow, you will deploy knowledge of fiscal/tax, labor, health care, and regulatory policy to help promote our vision, develop partnerships, and explore opportunities that advance economic freedom and opportunity for all.
Your responsibilities will include driving the strategy behind the policy team’s engagement on these ideas, public representation, as well as a unique outreach responsibility to identify and maintain relationships with strategic prospects for investments in educational and partnership opportunities. If you are committed to fostering culture where society is based on voluntary exchange and spontaneous order rather than top-down governmental policies, join us.
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All candidates will be required to submit writing samples and a CV or list of their publications. Examples include substantive research papers, articles, and op-eds.
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