Issues and Ideas Forum
A “bottlenecker” is someone who uses the power of the government to limit competition in the market and artificially boost their own profits. Bottleneckers use a variety of methods to achieve their goals, including tax loopholes, regulations, occupational licensing requirements, minimum wage laws and many more. The end result when these special interest bottleneckers succeed is fewer choices and higher prices for consumers, fewer job opportunities for workers and less innovation throughout the economy.
Based on information from his brand new book on the topic, Dick Carpenter, director of strategic research at the Institute for Justice, will discuss the history of America’s problem with bottleneckers and solutions for dealing with them.
A transcript of this event is available here.
Dr. Dick Carpenter serves as a director of strategic research for the Institute for Justice. He works with IJ staff and attorneys to define, implement and manage social science research related to the Institute’s mission.
|WHEN:||Tuesday, February 28, 2017|
|11:30 a.m. - Check-in and lunch available|
|Noon to 1:00 p.m. - Program with Q&A|
|WHERE:||Radisson Lansing Hotel at the Capitol|
|111 North Grand Avenue|
|Lansing, MI 48933|
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