Bruce Phillips

Bruce Phillips was appointed Senior Fellow in Regulatory Studies at the NFIB Research Foundation in October, 2000. He analyzes the impacts of regulations on small firms using a new proprietary model, which measures both direct and indirect regulatory costs. In addition, Phillips works in various applied policy areas, using both NFIB surveys and other government data to study policy areas such as labor regulations, health care costs and tax policies as they affect small firms. Other analyses involve working with NFIB state directors and handling media inquiries. Phillips has published over 35 articles about small business owners in books and journals. Much of his scholarly work has been concerned with the role of small firms in job creation, business failure, business formation and more recently, e-commerce and the high technology and regulatory sectors. Phillips was also a senior professorial lecturer in the School of Business Administration at Georgetown University in Washington, DC from 1985-1994.
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Bruce joins Jim at the NFIB summit to talk about what he found out by talking to small business owners.
Bruce and Jim talk about what the NFIB and other organizations are doing to fight regulations that hurt small business owners.