“A New World - Migration, Cities, Prosperity, and Genuine Economic Progress” - Greg Rehmke
From Richard Gosselin on 10/29/2020
This talk will give you a fresh new look at practical ways to view and appreciate migration in the modern world and the role of dynamic cities—plus the promise of new “charter cities.” Institutional reforms can reduce barriers to prosperity and income disparities across the world.
Economic Thinking Program Director, Gregory F. Rehmke, has directed educational programs for high school, homeschool, and college students for over 20 years.
Mr. Rehmke has a degree in Economics from the University of Washington and has worked with the Reason Foundation, the Institute for Humane Studies, the Center for the American Idea, and the Foundation for Economic Education. Mr. Rehmke has published articles in The Freeman, Reason, DailySpeculations.com, and the MasterResource blog. Mr. Rehmke is coauthor of the Complete Idiot’s Guide to Global Economics.