Brink Lindsey

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Brink Lindsey
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Education AB from Princeton University; J.D. from Harvard Law School
Occupation Editor, author
Notable credit(s) Cato Institute's vice president for research; editor of Cato Unbound, a monthly web magazine; contributing editor at Reason magazine; frequent guest on BloggingHeads.tv
Website
http://www.brinklindsey.com/

Brink Lindsey is a senior scholar at the Kauffman Foundation. He was the Cato Institute's vice president for research and also editor of Cato Unbound, a monthly web magazine. From 1998 to 2004, he was director of Cato's Center for Trade Policy Studies,[1] helping to make it a leading voice for free trade. An attorney with extensive experience in international trade regulation, Lindsey was formerly director of regulatory studies at Cato and senior editor of Regulation magazine.

He is a contributing editor at Reason magazine and a frequent discussion guest on BloggingHeads.tv. A registered Republican and self-proclaimed libertarian, he endorsed Sen. Barack Obama during the 2008 presidential campaign.

Lindsey holds an AB from Princeton University and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.

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  • The Age of Abundance: How Prosperity Transformed America's Politics and Culture. (2007) ISBN 0-06-074766-8.
  • Antidumping Exposed: The Devilish Details of Unfair Trade Law. (2003) ISBN 1-930865-48-1. (with Daniel J. Ikenson).
  • Against the Dead Hand: The Uncertain Struggle for Global Capitalism. (2003) ISBN 0-471-44277-1.

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