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If you cannot attend, we welcome you to watch the event live on this page.Both scientific realities and political pressures must influence the formulation of public policies, generally, and regulatory policy, in particular. These very different sets of constraints inevitably conflict to some degree, and the policy outcomes that result are not necessarily those most consistent with analytic rigor. This inherent conflict of science and politics will be the subject of the second-annual “Bloody Crossroads” conference at AEI.

 


Agenda

8:30 AM
Registration and Breakfast8:45 AM
Introduction:

KENNETH P. GREEN, AEI

9:00 AM
Panel I: The Science and Politics of Risks
Panelists:
SUSAN DUDLEY, George Washington University
PAUL RUBIN, Emory University
MIKE LEGGETT, CropLife America
DAVID WALLINGA, Institute for Agriculture and Trade PolicyModerator:

CHRISTOPHER DEMUTH, AEI

10:30 AM
Panel II: Is Science-Based Regulation an Oxymoron?
Panelists:
HENRY MILLER, Stanford University
BRIAN MANNIX, George Washington University
DAVID GOLDSTON, Natural Resources Defense Council
FRANCESCA GRIFO, Union of Concerned ScientistsModerator:
GREGORY CONKO, Competitive Enterprise Institute11:50 AM
Lunch

12:25 PM
Panel III: STEM Education

Panelists:

CHRISTINA HOFF SOMMERS, AEI

ALICE POPEJOY, Association for Women in Science
DAVID GEARY, University of Missouri
JAMES BROWN, STEM Education CoalitionModerator:

KENNETH P. GREEN, AEI

2:00 PM
Panel IV: Conflicts of InterestPanelists:
TOM STOSSEL, Harvard Medical School
RANDY LUTTER, Resources for the Future
DANIEL CARLAT, Tufts University
DAVID ORENTLICHER, Indiana UniversityModerator:

SALLY SATEL, AEI

3:20 PM
Concluding Remarks:
KENNETH P. GREEN, AEI3:30 PM
Adjournment


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