I’m a research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University with the Technology Policy Program. I study issues like Internet governance and cybersecurity through the lens of political economy. I also write frequently about digital and network economics. I find that this is an area in which people are often misled by their intuitions, and it is fun to do counterintuitive work.
I’m also a PhD candidate in economics at GMU. My dissertation is on what I call “metapolitics.” What constrains the state? How do those constraints change over time? What happens when the constraints are very severe? My work fits into the research area known as analytical anarchism.
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