The Cato Institute seeks a policy analyst to work on financial regulation issues. The position requires the candidate to have several years of public-policy-related work experience and skills in writing, editing and policy advocacy. Expertise on securities and/or banking markets and law is preferred, and expertise in Dodd-Frank Act provisions particularly welcome. Interest in monetary […]
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The Cato Institute seeks to hire a senior director for external affairs, with overall responsibility for the Cato’s institutional outreach efforts. The position will involve developing and executing an outreach strategy, including government relations, coalition relations, reaching new audiences and varied constituencies, and looking for new opportunities to advance Cato’s products and message. This position […]
The Cato Institute seeks a senior scholar to direct and produce research aimed at preserving America’s dynamic labor markets and promoting competition, mobility and opportunity in the workforce. The director will be expected to cover a broad range of issues related to labor and employment—including, but not limited to: unionization (both public and private sector), […]
The Cato Institute seeks a data curator to support its government data transparency program. This candidate will perform a variety of functions that translate government documents and activities into semantically rich, machine-readable data. Major duties will include reading legislative documents, marking them up with semantic information, and identifying opportunities for automated identification and extraction of […]
Reason Foundation, a nonpartisan public policy research institute, is looking for a data management intern to implement planned structural changes to a Salesforce database with over 80,000 contact records. Responsibilities will include implementing structural changes using DemandTools software, performing data cleaning and establishing automated data cleaning routines, and collaborating with the database manager to determine […]
The Burton C. Gray Memorial Internship program runs year-round in the Washington, D.C. office. Interns work for 10 weeks and receive a $5,000 stipend. The job includes reporting and writing for Reason and Reason Online, and helping with research, proofreading, and other tasks. Previous interns have gone on to work at such places as The […]
Last February we were excited to host Paul Jacob, president of the Liberty Initiative Fund. Check out the videos below (special thanks to Ari Armstrong!) to hear what Mr. Jacob had to say. There is no doubt the 35+ attendees found what he had to say very interesting indeed!
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Thanks to Dr. Diana Hsieh for joining a packed house last Wednesday at Liberty on the Rocks Denver! With over 50 liberty-enthusiasts, including a few students from the local DU, this made for a lively discussion with plenty of Q & A and cheers from the audience.
Thanks to Ari Armstrong, if you were unable to […]
On Saturday, March 31st, Liberty on the Rocks was pleased to host Jeff Proctor of the Charles Koch Institute who presented economics lessons for free market advocates in Colorado Springs.
On a most beautiful Saturday in the beginning of spring, we were pleased to have 25 liberty-lovers join us for a 5-hour economics session. It wasn’t […]