Eamonn Butler

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Eamonn Butler
Born 1952
Residence London
Occupation Economist
Relatives Stuart Butler (brother)

Eamonn Butler (born 1952) is a British economist. He is the Director of the Adam Smith Institute.[1]

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Early life[edit]

Eamonn Butler was born in 1952. His brother is Stuart Butler.

Career[edit]

He worked on pensions and welfare issues for the United States House of Representatives in Washington DC, before returning to the UK where he served as editor of the British Insurance Broker Monthly.

He is author of books on the work of three economists: Hayek: His Contribution to the Economic and Political Thought of Our Time; Milton Friedman: A Guide to his Economic Thought; Ludwig von Mises: A Primer; Ludwig von Mises: Fountainhead of the Modern Microeconomics Revolution. He is also co-author of a number of books on intelligence and IQ testing. Additionally, he has contributed extensively to national magazines and newspapers like The Times on subjects ranging from health policy, economic management, taxation and public spending, transport, pensions, and e-government.[2]

He serves as the Secretary on the 2012-2014 Board of Directors of the Mont Pelerin Society.[3]

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