regulatory analysis, state and federal regulation, the study of American capitalism, public choice
Mark Febrizio is a second year MA student in the Department of Economics at George Mason University and an MA Fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He graduated from Liberty University with a BS in Government. Mark previously worked at the Institute for Energy Research through the Koch Associate Program and has interned with the U.S. Forest Service, The Heritage Foundation, and The Institute of World Politics. His research interests include regulatory analysis, the economic effects of state and federal regulation, and the study of American capitalism.