Joseph J. Minarik

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Joseph J. Minarik is the senior vice president and director of research at the Committee for Economic Development. Dr. Minarik leads policy research projects on CED’s agenda, including economy and the federal budget, globalization, trade, early childhood education, campaign finance reform and digital copyright. Dr. Minarik received three graduate degrees in economics from Yale University, earning his doctorate in 1974. He received his Bachelor of Arts in economics from Georgetown University in 1971.

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