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FACTSHEET: Christopher DeMuth


AEI President and Scholar
Administrator, Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, U.S. Office of Management and Budget, 1981-1984 Executive director, Presidential Task Force on Regulatory Relief, the White House, 1981-1983 Staff assistant to the president, the White House, 1969-1970

DeMuth researches regulation. He served in the Nixon and Reagan administrations and was a senior advisor to the Bush 2000 Election Campaign. He is on the Board of the Smith Richardson Foundation, which funds several right-wing think tanks, including AEI.

J.D., University of Chicago Law School A.B., Harvard University


Return to Rio: Reexamining Climate Change Science, Economics, and Policy,eventID.669/event_detail.asp
"This AEI conference seeks to restart the climate-change dialogue by returning to the spirit and purpose of the Rio consensus in the weeks leading up to the opening of the 9th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Milan, Italy, on December 1, 2003. Panelists will discuss the science of climate change, which has grown more uncertain and more susceptible to political influence in recent years, and public policy issues such as how to spend research money and spur innovation. A return to Rio will offer the opportunity to reexamine how dangerous warming is likely to be, what steps should be taken to address it, and what can be done to reestablish the common sense consensus that led to the Framework Convention."
The relationship of Christopher DeMuth to the event: Speaker


American Enterprise Institute

American Enterprise Institute-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies
Source: AEI-Brookings Joint Center website 3/04

Donors Capital Fund
Source: Donors Capital Fund form 990 - 2010


AEI-Brookings Joint Center website 3/04

Donors Capital Fund form 990 - 2010