12
September 2013
Past Event
Organization and Innovation in Air Traffic Control
Thursday 8:00 - 11:00AM

Organization and Innovation in Air Traffic Control

Past Event
Washington, D.C. Area
September 12, 2013
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12
September 2013
Thursday 8:00 - 11:00AM
Past Event

1015 15th Street, N.W., 6th Floor
Washington, DC 20005

Speakers:
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Robert W. Poole, Jr.

Director, Transportation Policy, Reason Foundation

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Christopher DeMuth

Distinguished Fellow

James Burnley

Gary Church

Kimberly Dennis

Gerald Dillingham

George Donohue

Chris Edwards

Jack Fearnsides

Craig Fuller

Richard Golaszewski

Tim Kane

Economist and Research Fellow, Hoover Institution

Heather Krause

Ira Kuhn

Hanns Kuttner

Senior Fellow

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Eli Lehrer
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Lewis Libby

Senior Vice President

Paul Rinaldi

William Ris

John Strong

David Tell

Senior Fellow

Tevi Troy

Former Senior Fellow

Steve Van Beek

Marc Viggiano

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John P. Walters

President and CEO

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Kenneth R. Weinstein

Walter P. Stern Distinguished Fellow

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Margaret Whitehead

Trustee

Clifford Winston

On September 12, 2013, Hudson's Initiative on Future Innovation convened a distinguished panel of experts from government, business, and the academic world for an off-the-record workshop on a working draft of Organization and Innovation in Air Traffic Control by Robert W. Poole, Jr. Mr. Poole, one of America's foremost experts on air- and surface-transportation policy, is director of transportation policy at the Reason Foundation and author of its widely followed Air Traffic Control Reform newsletter. Organization and Innovation in Air Traffic Control -- since published in final form as the third in a series of major research papers by Hudson's Innovation Initiative, and available for download under the "Further Reading" header elsewhere on this page -- is a both a definitive study of current U.S. air traffic control policy and a sweeping proposal for administrative and regulatory reform to create a new, technologically advanced, and dynamic system of air transportation in the United States.

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