Nighttime VIP Exclusive: The Future of Governance (Panel)

A Talk by Mikkel Thorup, Tom W. Bell, Patri Friedman and Michael Strong
Expat Money, Chapman University, Fowler School of Law, Pronomos Capital and Expat International School

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There has been a lot of focus on governance in the past few years, with managing the pandemic, and all other aspects of our lives. In this panel debate, we'll explore what the future of government will look like. Will it be bigger? Smaller? About the same? Let's talk about it.

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Mikkel Thorup

Mikkel Thorup is the world’s most sought-after expat consultant. He focuses on helping high-net-worth private clients to legally mitigate tax liabilities, obtain a second residency and citizenship, and assemble a portfolio of foreign investments including international real estate, timber plantations, agricultural land and other hard-money tangible assets.

Tom W. Bell

Prof. Tom W. Bell, Chapman University School of Law, wrote "Your Next Government?" and created Ulex, the open-source legal system used in Próspera ZEDE and the Catawba Digital Economic Zone. He serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Special Jurisdictions and advises The Seasteading Institute, Pronomos Capital, and Free Society Project.

Patri Friedman

Patri Friedman runs Pronomos Capital, the first venture fund for charter cities and network states. He coded at Google for 10 years, runs a small angel fund since 2011, has degrees in math, CS, and business, and has been a leader in the competitive governance space for over 20 years. He does talks, interviews, and events regularly around the world.

Michael Strong

Michael Strong is co-founder of The Expat International School, a virtual school, and one of the most experienced designers of innovative schools in the world. Michael is the author of two books, dozens of articles, has been interviewed on a wide range of media, spoken at Harvard, MIT, Dartmouth, Cornell, Columbia, the University of Chicago, to name a few.

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