Fulbright-University of East Anglia Award
Originally from Arlington Massachusetts, Neil is a recent graduate from Georgetown University where he double majored in Government and Economics. He will be pursuing an MSc in Economics with a special focus on competition policy at the University of East Anglia for the 2023-2024 academic year. While there, he plans to work as a Research Assistant for the Centre for Competition Policy where, among other things, he will help to construct a database of merger decisions for the internal use of the European Commission. Outside of economics, Neil is interested in political theory and wrote his senior thesis on the limitations of the dominant historiography of the relationship between property and democracy.