James Broughel is an adjunct professor in the economics department at George Mason University and also teaches at the Antonin Scalia Law School. In addition to his teaching roles, he works full time as a Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center, where he specializes in the economic analysis of regulations, state and federal regulatory procedures, and economic growth.
Broughel has authored numerous policy briefs and reports on regulatory issues. His work has appeared in outlets such as the Washington Post, the Baltimore Sun, U.S. News & World Report, Real Clear Policy, The Hill, and Yahoo Finance. He has been published in scholarly journals, including the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy: Federalist Edition and the European Journal of Risk Regulation.
Broughel received his PhD in economics from George Mason University in 2017 and his BA and MA in economics from Hunter College of the City University of New York, from which he graduated summa cum laude.