Conor Norris

Research Analyst, Knee Center for the Study of Occupational Licensing

Conor Norris is a Research Analyst at the Knee Center for the Study of Occupational Licensing. He is an alumnus of the MA Program in the Department of Economics at George Mason University and was also a Mercatus Center MA Fellow. He graduated in May of 2018. Conor graduated from Saint Francis University with a BS in Economics. While at Saint Francis University, he worked as a research assistant where he worked on a paper on the occupational regulations for optometrists and opticians. His research interests include monetary policy, regulations, the study of American capitalism, and Austrian economics.

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