About Dr. Barry Asmus - Senior Economist at the National Center for Policy Analysis :
Dr. Barry Asmus is a Senior Economist with the National Center for Policy Analysis and has been named by USA Today as one of the five most requested speaking in the United States. Over the last twenty-five years, Dr. Asmus has spoken to thousands of companies and associations throughout the United States. He has testified before the House Ways and Means Committee regarding our income tax system and was a featured speaker in a privatizing Social Security conference for Western European leaders. On recent trips to Romania, Albania, China and Peru, Dr. Asmus has encouraged government leaders to pass free-market, low tax, protected property rights and free trade policies.
Dr. Asmus is the author of nine books. His book, Crossroads: The Great American Experiment was nominated for a H.L. Mencken Award. As a Professor of Economics, he was twice voted University Professor of the Year and was honored with the Freedom Foundation Award at Valley Forge for Private Enterprise Education. He co-anchored a syndicated radio called
Perspectives on the Economy. Dr. Asmus is an effective advocate of free market economics and is a recognized thinker who delivers his ideas in an enthusiastic and energy filled presentation.
What Dr. Barry Asmus Talks About:
America's Economic Future
What will the 21st century look like for America? Is exceptionalism attainable or old school? Have we lost the fundamental characteristics that have defined America's greatness? Dr. Asmus describes the six critical factors that drive a growing economy and a successful nation.
Dr. Asmus has 25 years experience with research organizations that monitor international economies. Will the emerging countries drive towards urbanization and growth provide an opportunity for American expertise and trade?
Fiscal Policy: The central task of the Federal government is to focus on policy that sustains healthy economic growth. Harnessing the power of economic incentives and encouraging entrepreneurial talent should be their prime goal.
Energy: The Stone Age didn't end for lack of stones and neither will the fossil fuel age end for lack of energy. What are the economic implications of America's discovery of the four largest gas fields in the world? Can America become energy independent? Is energy the main key to growth?
Health Care: As unfavorable population demographics and skyrocketing health care costs hit every developed country, the stage is set for market driven solutions. Some of the best ideas have been proposed by the National Center for Policy Analysis.
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