John Locke Foundation experts offered perspective at the August gathering of Classical Liberals in the Carolinas (CLC). The group met in Winston-Salem for a three-day conference’s themed “The Future of Jobs: Obstacles and Opportunities in the Carolinas.”

A panel discussion on occupational licensing featured three JLF researcher/analysts. Pictured left to right in the first photo are Jon Sanders, director of regulatory studies and Roy Cordato, senior economist emeritus. Jon Guze, director of legal studies, is pictured in the bottom photo.

Why is ‘de-licensing’ so vital to our economy? Jon Sanders notes the negative impacts of occupational licensing:

The purpose of CLC is to foster greater cooperation and formal connections among academic scholars, policy analysts, business professionals, and foundations. Learn more about Classical Liberals in the Carolinas here. Learn more about occupational licensing here.