Christopher DeMuth

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Christopher DeMuth is president of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), a Washington DC think tank.[1] The AEI's 2006 annual report stated that DeMuth had a total remuneration package of $692,869.[2]

The AEI's 2006 Annual report also noted that DeMuth "has announced his intention to relinquish his position [as President] before the end of 2008. (He will remain at AEI pursuing his own research and writing.)"[3]

DeMuth edited The Neoconservative Imagination, a collection of essays in honor of Irving Kristol.

Professional Experience

-President of AEI since December 1986
-Editor-in-chief and Publisher, Regulation magazine, 1986
-Managing Director, Lexecon Inc., 1984-1986
-Administrator, Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Office of Management and Budget, 1981-1984
-Executive Director, Presidential Task Force on Regulatory Relief, The White House, 1981-1983
-Lecturer in Public Policy, John F. Kennedy School of Government, and Director, Harvard Faculty Project on Regulation, Harvard University, 1977-1981
-Associate General Counsel, Consolidated Rail Corporation, 1976-1977
-Attorney, Sidley & Austin, 1973-1976
-Staff Assistant to the President, The White House, 1969-1970
-Director, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, 2004-present
-Chairman of the Board, Clean Burn, Inc., Millcreek Manufacturing Company, and DeMuth Steel Products Company, 1993-present -Director, Insurance Services Office, 1992-1996
-Visiting Committee, University of Chicago Law School, 1998-2001, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 1995-1998 Source


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  1. "Christopher DeMuth", American Enterprise Institute website, accessed 2008.
  2. American Enterprise Institute, 2006 Annual Return", Guidestar, accessed December 2008, page 25.
  3. "Message from the Chairman and the President", 2006 Annual Report, accessed December 2008.
  4. Board, Donors Capital Fund, accessed October 28, 2010.

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