Brooks is a frequent guest on national television and radio talk shows and has been published widely in publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post.
Brooks has a Ph.D. and an M.Phil. in policy analysis from RAND Graduate School. He also holds an M.A. in economics from Florida Atlantic University and a B.A. in economics from Thomas Edison State College.
• Louis A. Bantle Professor of Business and Government Policy, 2007–2008; Professor of Public Administration, 2006–2008; Associate Professor of Public Administration, 2001–2005, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University. • Consultant, RAND Corporation, 1998–2008 • Assistant Professor of Public Administration and Economics, Georgia State University, 1998–2001 • Doctoral Fellow, RAND Corporation, 1996–98 • Professor of French Horn, Harid Conservatory of Music, Lynn University, 1992–95 • French Hornist, City Orchestra of Barcelona, 1989–1992 • French Hornist, Annapolis Brass Quintet, 1983–89
Ph.D., M.Phil., policy analysis, RAND Graduate School M.A., economics, Florida Atlantic University B.A., economics, Thomas Edison State College
At this Bradley Lecture, Lynne Cheney will be interviewed by her husband, former Vice President Dick Cheney, about her new book. Books will be available for sale at the event, and a book signing will follow.
The Dalai Lama’s teaching defies freighted ideological labels. His secret to human flourishing is the development of every individual. But he does not advocate an every-man-for-himself economy. He insists that while free enterprise could be a blessing, it is not guaranteed to be so.
Charitable giving improves what psychologists call “self-efficacy,” one’s belief that one is capable of handling a situation and bringing about a desired outcome. When people give their time or money to a cause they believe in, they become problem solvers. Problem solvers are happier than bystanders and victims of circumstance.
When I was a child in 1970, global poverty seemed like an indelible fact of life. Sad photographs in National Geographic commanded our attention, but everyone understood that even the most ambitious relief efforts were like trying to drain an ocean with an eyedropper.
Fighting to lift up vulnerable people is a mission with universal resonance. It is time for advocates of free enterprise to join the conversation, explain the truth about inequality and redistribution, and articulate the principles that will restore opportunity for all.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: AEI Media Services202.862.5829, email@example.com American Enterprise Institute (AEI) president Arthur Brooks and Kevin Hassett, AEI’s director of economic policy studies, are proud to congratulate AEI adjunct scholar Ioana Petrescu on becoming Romania’s next Finance Minister.Said Arthur Brooks, “AEI...