Tate Fegley

PhD Fellow

Tate Fegley is a third year PhD student in the Department of Economics at George Mason University. Tate has a BA in economics, a BS in criminal justics, and an MA in criminal justice, all from Boise State University. He has worked as a graduate assistant at the Public Policy Research Center at Boise State University and as a Legal Analyst at the Center for Prosecutor Integrity. Tate's research interests include Austrian economics, public choice economics, and the political economy of criminal justice.

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