What does a conservative approach to the economy look like today?
The American Economy is on the Brink of Crisis
Unprecedented inflation, a decreasing workforce, Big Tech, woke capital, a rising China, and a dwindling middle class—are just some of the factors causing many Americans to ask “will my children have the same opportunities I had?”
Conservatives understand the dangers of socialism and the importance of free markets.
But there is a rising chorus calling for alternative approaches to the economy.
ISI invites you to our 2022 American Economic Forum to hear leading conservative politicians, intellectuals, and thought leaders debate the best path forward. What’s the best way for conservatives in 2022 to apply fundamental economic principles to our current crisis? There are no easy answers. Join us July 29-30 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington D.C. to wrestle with this pivotal question.
For a limited time, students register for free. And if you’re under 30, weekend tickets are only $50.
Please note: only the first 100 student registrants in the doors will be able to get dinner Friday night and Saturday night.
We believe it’s vital for the next generation of American leaders to participate in these discussions. Students can attend for free thanks to the generosity of our student sponsors. If you would like to become a student sponsor, please follow the prompts below.
You’ll hear panel discussions on a range of important topics, including: Great Power Competition & Geonomics, Immigration, Finance and Financialization, Foreign Policy; and more.
- Congressman Jim Banks
- Former Ambassador Robert E. Lighthizer
- AIER Distinguished Fellow in Political Economy Dr. Samuel Gregg
- ResPublica Director Phillip Blond
- Heritage Foundation President Kevin Roberts
Panelists and other speakers:
- Senator Rand Paul
- Former Senator Rick Santorum
- Julius Krein
- Oren Cass
- FH Buckley
- Nate Hochman
- Karly Matthews
- David Goldman
- and many more…
This is one of the most important discussions facing our nation today. It’s time for conservatives to do the hard work of figuring out what the best economic policy is for future generations of Americans. This is a conversation you don’t want to miss.