George Franklin Gilder is an American investor, writer, economist, techno-utopian advocate, and co-founder of the Discovery Institute. His 1981 international bestseller Wealth and Poverty advanced a practical and moral case for supply-side economics and capitalism during the early months of the Reagan administration. He is married to Nini Gilder, and has four children. He is also the chairman of George Gilder Fund Management, LLC.
|Born:||George Franklin Gilder, November 29, 1939, New York City, New York, U.S.|
|Education:||Phillips Exeter Academy|
|Alma mater:||Harvard University|
|Occupation:||Author, editor-in-chief of Gilder Technology Report, Chairman, Gilder Publishing LLC, Senior Fellow Discovery Institute|
About George Gilder
A New York-born author and prominent Republican, he is especially known for his bestselling 1981 work, Wealth and Poverty. He also co-founded the non-profit Discovery Institute.
He graduated from Harvard University in 1962. He subsequently edited a Harvard Republican publication.
A critic of feminism, he decried the movement in works such as Man and Marriage.
His father, Richard Gilder, was killed in a World War II air combat mission. George Gilder had four children with his wife, Nini.
He worked as a speech writer for Richard Nixon.
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