Prior to joining the Charter Cities Institute as a Researcher, Jeffrey worked as an MA Fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He previously worked on immigration policy as an intern at the National Immigration Forum, the Niskanen Center, and the Bipartisan Policy Center. He holds a BA in economics from the University of Maryland and an MA in economics from George Mason University. His writing has been published in Quartz Africa, Morning Consult, Works in Progress, and the Washington Examiner, among others.
Dubai wanted a world-class commercial court. So it effectively imported British common law courts.
Sustained economic growth is the world’s best poverty reduction tool. In this paper, Research Associate Jeffrey Mason argues that charter cities are a highly cost-effective way to ignite long-run growth.
In Exponents Magazine, CCI Researcher Jeffrey Mason discusses how new cities can be powerful catalysts for improving governance.
In the Observer, Research Associate Jeffrey Mason explains how charter cities can advance sustainable development.