Dan Mitchell

Center for Freedom & Prosperity

Dan Mitchell is President of the Center for Freedom and Prosperity, a pro-market public policy organization he founded in 2000. His major research interests include tax reform, international tax competition, the economic burden of government spending, and other fiscal policy issues. Having also worked in the United States Senate, as well as the Heritage Foundation and Cato Institute, he has decades of experience authoring papers, writing editorials, working with the public policy community, and presenting economic analysis to newspaper, television, and radio media.

Dan has spoken to a wide variety of groups in dozens of cities and more than 50 foreign countries. He previously served on the editorial board of the Cayman Financial Review and was a consultant to the Joint Committee on Taxation in Washington. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from George Mason University.