I am an economist in Washington DC who writes primarily about public policy.
I am President of Capital Policy Analytics, a consulting firm that does research on issues related to public policy and financial markets.
I am also a Senior Fellow at the Jack Kemp Foundation and help run the Savings and Retirement Foundation. I am also a member of The Prosperity Caucus.
I am a contributing editor to Regulation Magazine and a writer for Forbes, and my work occasionally appears in Real Clear Markets and The Hill. I occasionally blog on non-policy-related items at my Pro Bowl Blog. I was born and raised in Mossville, IL and attended Augustana College and Indiana University.
The False Bogeyman Of The Gig Economy
Forbes | August 21, 2020
The high cost of D.C.’s cheap parking
The Washington Post | July 24 2020
Luck o' the Turkish
The Weekly Standard | April 20 2016