Welcome to the Let People Prosper newsletter by Vance Ginn, Ph.D.!
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Who am I?
I am the founder and president of Ginn Economic Consulting, LLC, where I champion free-market ideas that let people prosper. My work includes being chief economist of the Pelican Institute for Public Policy and senior fellow for Americans for Tax Reform, Texans for Fiscal Responsibility, and other think tanks. I am the former associate director for economic policy of the White House's Office of Management and Budget, 2019-20. I earned my doctorate in economics at Texas Tech University and have been blessed to have an accomplished career as a policy director and university lecturer with experience in public policy, academia, and government. You can find me in the news or publications in many media outlets, public policy sites, and academic journals, and I have been honored with several awards for my efforts. You can find my work and other information on my website (www.vanceginn.com).
Why Let People Prosper
An inclusive institutional framework with individual liberty, intact families, robust civil society, competitive capitalism, and a constitutional republic best supports abundant opportunities to mitigate poverty and let people prosper. This prosperity is not just material but spiritual, psychological, social, and other ways that satisfy human desires. Given this understanding and my experience and research as a free-market economist, I provide trusted views on economies and policies.
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