Nathan LewisThe Vega Institute of Political Economy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit “think tank” focused on contemporary issues in the Classical economic tradition — in particular, its “supply side” branch. Its purpose is to serve as a public educational resource of economic understanding, and to inform the formation of public policy. At present, it serves primarily as a vehicle for the work of Nathan Lewis.

Nathan Lewis has fifteen years of experience in the asset-management industry. He formerly served as an economic analyst for firms providing institutional investment research, and later helped manage money for hedge funds.

He has written two books on monetary topics, and has participated in television documentaries on economic topics in South Korea, China, Russia, and Britain. He has spoken at events hosted by the Cato Institute, Heritage Foundation, the American Principles Project, and others. In addition to his work at newworldeconomics.com and a regular column at Forbes.com, his writing has appeared in the Financial Times, Huffington Post, Nikkei Business, Daily Reckoning, Japan Times, Daily Yomiuri, Pravda, Asian Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires, Worth, and other publications.

 

 

 

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