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How regulation affects your everyday life

Apr 23, 2020 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Martha Njolomole
Economist @Center of the American Experiment
Martha Njolomole is an economist at Center of the American Experiment. Martha earned a Master of Arts in economics at Troy University in Alabama, where she worked as a research assistant on several projects that advanced the ideas of economic freedom and individual liberty. Martha’s upbringing in Malawi, a developing country, helped her develop a passion for contributing to research on the social and economic advancement of economically disadvantaged people. Her recent work includes an analysis of the impact of microfinance on entrepreneurship, policy prescriptions for institutional reform in developing nations, and an examination of legislative proposals to measure their impact on economic freedom in the United States. Martha’s major research interests include public policy, political economy, institutions, and development. She is excited to continue her research journey in Minnesota and hopes to make an impact on the state’s policy making process.
John Hinderaker
President @Center of the American Experiment
John Hinderaker spent 41 years as a litigator with Faegre & Benson and its successor Faegre Baker Daniels, during which time he tried 100 jury cases and appeared in courts in 19 states. Upon his retirement from the legal profession at the end of 2015, he became President of the Center of the American Experiment. John has had a long association with the Center, including co-authoring several papers published by the Center and serving on the organization’s Board of Directors. John was Chairman of the Center’s board in 1998-2000. In addition to his legal career, John is a long-time commentator and activist. He founded the web site Power Line in 2002 and has been a prominent voice on the internet and elsewhere since that time. He has appeared as a commentator on NBC, CBS, Fox News, CNN and CNBC and is a frequent guest and guest host on national radio programs. John has lectured at Dartmouth, Harvard Law School, Carleton, St. Olaf, Macalester and the University of Minnesota.