Pacific Rim Policy Exchange

On September 28-30, Americans for Tax Reform, in conjunction with the Institute for Public Affairs, the Heartland Institute, and the Property Rights Alliance, is hosting the 2010 Pacific Rim Policy Exchange – in Sydney!

The Pacific Rim Policy Exchange is two days of talks, workshops and brainstorming with free market advocates from the Pacific Rim. The goal of this networking conference is to provide a unique, centralized, high quality forum for the open exchange of the best practices and strategies on property rights, tax policy and other pressing issues facing this region.

There is a great line up of speakers planned, both from Australia and the Pacific Rim at large,  and I think that this is something that readers of this blog would be rather interested in attending! For further information on the conference, visit http://www.pacrimpolicyexchange.com or click here for the agenda.

Please let me know if you require any further information, or would be interested in attending (my gmail account name is timintheus). A limited number of sponsored (ie complimentary) tickets may be available.

3 thoughts on “Pacific Rim Policy Exchange

  1. As far as I know, the 28th to the 30th of September would be Three days, not two, as I assume they will use all of the days alloted to them. Or are they starting midday on the 28th, and stopping midday on the 30th? A pity you didn’t wait until the long weekend, as many of us toilers might have liked to attend.
    As it is, I think I’ll be busy on my invention in the next few weeks, so I’ll have to give it a miss. Give my regards!

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