Patrick J. Heller recently hit the road to catch up with some great interviews for his latest collection of 'Dollars and Sense'. Shared below are basic descriptions of his conversations, along with to PodCast where you can hear those interviews.
Segments 1 and 2
Holly Fretwell, who is the Director of Outreach and a Research Fellow at the Property and Environment Research Center. The organization calls itself the home of free market environmentalism. The interview focuses on how to preserve and improve the environment through private means more effectively than through government means.
More details at: https://www.perc.org/people/holly-fretwell/
Segments 3 and 4
Mark Frazier, who is the chair of the Startup Societies Foundation and also the president and cofounder of Openworld, Inc, which is a nonprofit research group specializing in land value appreciation as a means of privately funding public goods. More information is at http://independent.academia.edu/MarkFrazier
Segments 5 and 6
Corey DeAngelis, who is a Policy Analyst at the Cato Center for Educational Freedom. He co-authored a report with Ben DeGrow of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy titled “Doing More With Less: The Charter School Advantage In Michigan (posted at https://www.mackinac.org/s2018-01). His research often focuses on the level of education delivered per dollar of expenditure. More details at https://www.cato.org/people/corey-deangelis