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Strategies for Public Sector Transformation

Strategies for Public Sector Transformation 2001
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September 26-27, 2001 - Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

George Gilder

George Gilder is the keynote speaker for the Stategies for Public Sector Transformation 2001 conference to be held September 27, at the Victoria Conference Centre in Victoria, B.C.

As an economic advisor, Gilder pioneered the formulation of supply side economics when he served as chairman of the Lehrman Institute�s Economic Roundtable, as program director for the Manhattan Institute and as a frequent contributor to A.B. Laffer economic reports.

Author of the acclaimed book Wealth and Poverty, he consulted regularly with key figures in the Reagan and Bush administrations and with leaders of America�s high technology businesses. He was President Reagan�s most frequently quoted living author, and in 1986 was given a White House Award for Entrepreneurial Excellence.
George Gilder
George Gilder

His latest book, Telecosm: How Infinite Bandwidth Will Revolutionize Our World, expounds on the exponential growth in communications technology, supplanting computers as the spearhead of world economic growth.

Gilder is a contributing editor for Forbes, and frequent contributor to a wide range of publications, including The Wall Street Journal, The Economist and with many electronic business publications.

A Harvard University graduate, he majored in government, studied under Henry Kissinger and taught as a fellow at the Kennedy Institute of Politics. Author of ten books, including Life After Television, Microcosm, Telecom, The Spirit of Enterprise, (reissued in an updated 1994 edition as Recapturing the Spirit of Enterprise), Visible Man, Men and Marriage and The Party That Lost Its Head, written with Bruce Chapman.

Gilder has been chairman of a small business himself and serves on the boards of directors of Wave Systems, which makes encryption and metering gear, and Berkshire Corporation, which manufactures semiconductor clean room disposables.

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