Steve Moore is Coming to CSI-NJ

Events — By on October 9, 2012 at 12:41 PM

Stephen Moore is coming to CSI-NJ. The Wall Street Journal’s Senior Economics Writer and Editorial Board Member will present a private briefing on election 2012, and share his perspectives on what either outcome will mean for business and the economy.

By invitation only. For more information, please contact Anne Kneuer at 973-927-9860 or [email protected].


About Steve Moore

Stephen Moore joined The Wall Street Journal as a member of the editorial board and senior economics writer on May 31, 2005. He currently divides time between Washington and New York focusing on economic issues, including budget, tax and monetary policy.

Moore has been a frequent contributor to the Journal over the years, and is previously known as the founder and former president of the Club for Growth, which raises money for political candidates who favor free-market economic policies. He left that position in 2004. Prior to joining the Wall Street Journal, he was president of a new organization, the Free Enterprise Fund.

For many years, Moore has served as a senior economist on the Congressional Joint Economic Committee, as a budget expert for the Heritage Foundation and as a senior economics fellow at the Cato Institute. Through his Cato Institute affiliation, he has published dozens of studies on federal / state tax and budget policy. Moore was also a consultant to the National Economic Commission in 1987, and research director for President Reagan’s Commission on Privatization.

Moore is the author of five books, including “The End of Prosperity: How Higher Taxes Will Doom the Economy – If We Let it Happen.” His books also include “Its Getting Better All the Time: The 100 Greatest Trends of the Last Century,” and “Bullish on Bush: How the Ownership Society Will Make America Stronger.”

Stephen Moore is a frequent guest on many TV shows, including CNN’s Inside Politics, Crossfire, and Moneyline, NBC’s Nightly News, Fox News, and The McLaughlin Group.


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