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Marc Scribner  

Fellow in Land-use and Transportation Studies, Competitive Enterprise Issue

Marc focuses on public policy issues related to the built environment, as well as regional and urban economic policy. His research interests include eminent domain, entrepreneurship, zoning, privatization, subsurface infrastructure, public finance, transit, intercity passenger transportation, civil aviation, freight transport, economic redevelopment, network industry regulation, and property rights.

Marc frequently participates in federal regulatory proceedings and has advised policy makers, analysts, and activists on a variety of transportation and land-use issues at the federal, state, and local levels.

His analysis has been cited by The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, Congressional Quarterly, POLITICO, Bloomberg, BBC, C-SPAN, and other print, television, and radio outlets.

His opinion essays have been published by Forbes, National Review, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, St. Paul Pioneer Press, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, The Washington Examiner, The Detroit News, and elsewhere.

In addition to policy research, Marc edits CEI's OpenMarket.org, a leading online source for news and analysis covering a variety of regulatory reform issues.

Prior to joining CEI in 2008, Marc worked in the Congress department at Federal News Service. He received his bachelor's degree from George Washington University in Washington, D.C., with concentrations in economics and philosophy.

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