Nick Schulz

Former Editor-in-Chief, American.com; DeWitt Wallace Fellow


Nick Schulz was the DeWitt Wallace Fellow at AEI and editor-in-chief of American.com, AEI's online magazine focusing on business, economics, and public affairs. He writes the “Economics 2.0” column for Forbes.com where he analyzes technology, innovation, entrepreneurship, and economic growth. He is the co-author with Arnold Kling of From Poverty to Prosperity: Intangible Assets, Hidden Liabilities, and the Lasting Triumph Over Scarcity. He has been published widely in newspapers and magazines around the country, including The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and Slate.


Experience

•    Columnist, Forbes.com, 2011-present
•    Editor-in-Chief, The American and American.com, 2008-present
•    Senior Editor, The American, 2006-2008
•    Editor-in-Chief, TCS Daily, 2002-2006
•    Editor, FoxNews.com Politics, 2000-2002
•    Producer, PBS, New River Media, 1997-2000
•    Consultant, Platinum Technology, 1996-97
•    Policy Analyst, Empower America, 1994-96

Education

B.A., philosophy, Vanderbilt University