August conference to challenge Federal Reserve policy head on: are Central Banks the problem or the solution?
More than two dozen speakers to participate, including Jim DeMint, Dr. Benn Steil, John Stossel, and more
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Today the American Principles Project announced a list of more than two dozen high profile speakers that will be participating in the first official Jackson Hole Summit on August 27-29, 2015 in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
The Summit — which has become even more relevant as Janet Yellen’s Federal Reserve struggles before Congress — will take place directly opposite of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s annual Jackson Hole Symposium, the flagship conference of the Federal Reserve System.
More than two dozen high profile speakers will be presenting at the Jackson Hole Summit, including John Stossel, host of Stossel on Fox Business; Dr. Benn Steil, PhD,Senior Fellow and Director of International Economics on the Council on Foreign Relations; Jim DeMint, President of the Heritage Foundation; members of both the British Parliament and United States Congress; leading economists; and respected political leaders from all over the ideological spectrum.
The purpose of APP’s Jackson Hole Summit is to push the debate over monetary policy into the public arena and educate citizens about how the Federal Reserve’s policies are fundamental to economic growth. The Jackson Hole Summit will feature many of the best and brightest economists in the world, including participants from prestigious institutions, such as the Young America’s Foundation, The Heritage Foundation, The Atlas Network, and England’s The Cobden Centre.
All presidential candidates from both major parties have been invited to present their vision to maximize America’s future prosperity and strengthen the United States’ position in driving the global economy.
The Jackson Hole Speaker List (as of July 15, 2015):
John Stossel – Fox Business Host
George Gilder – Chairman, George Gilder Fund
Steve Moore – Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Heritage Foundation
Benn Steil, PhD – Senior Fellow & Director of International Economics, Council on Foreign Relations
Peter Schiff – Financial Analyst
Jim DeMint – President, Heritage Foundation
Sean Fieler – Chairman, American Principles Project
Kwasi Kwarteng – Member British Parliament Conservative Party
Steven Baker – Member British Parliament Conservative Party
Rep. Scott Garrett – NJ CD5, Chairman of the Capital Formations Committee
Thomas Hogan, PhD – Chief Economist, U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs
Judy Shelton, PhD – Co-Director & Senior Fellow, the Atlas Network
Lawrence White, PhD – Professor of Economics, George Mason University
Marc Miles, PhD – Economist, Global Economics Solutions
Norbert Michel, PhD – Research Fellow in Financial Regulations, Heritage Foundation
Brian Domitrovic, PhD – Chairman, Department of History Sam Houston State University
William Luther, PhD – Department of Economics, Kenyon College
Max Rangeley – Editor, the Cobden Center of England
Jeffrey Tucker – Author, “Bit by Bit: How P2P is Freeing the World”
John Mueller – Lehrman Institute Fellow in Economics, Ethics & Public Policy Center
Maurice McTigue – President, Outreach, Mercatus Center, George Mason University
Keith Weiner – President, Gold Standard Institute USA
Jared Meyer – Fellow, Manhattan Institute
Ralph Benko – Senior Economic advisor APP & Internationally Syndicated Columnist
Richard Lowrie – Co-Founder, Put Growth First
Seth Lipsky – Editor, New York Sun
Jiesi Zhao – Director, Center for Entrepreneurship & Free Enterprise, The Young America’s Foundation
Frank Cannon – President, American Principles Project
Steve Lonegan – Director of Monetary Policy, American Principles Project
Capacity to this exclusive event is limited, so members of the media should RSVP as soon as possible.