A Student Leadership Conference in Pittsburgh
We all want Americans to prosper in an economy that promotes freedom and human flourishing—but how do we get there?
Major thought leaders disagree about what a good economy looks like. Especially in light of new threats like the economic damage caused by COVID-19 lockdowns, the rise of multinational corporations, the offshoring of American manufacturing, and the reality that we may be living through the “Chinese Century”.
The path forward is uncertain but we know that the key to economic prosperity for all Americans can be found by looking to the principles of our past. When we understand those timeless principles, we can learn how to apply them to our time and place.
Join ISI, like-minded students, and scholars of economics, philosophy, and history in Pittsburgh, PA on Nov. 19-21 for the opportunity to learn about the foundations of economic freedom in America, and how these core principles can guide the country through the precarious moment we are in.