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Research Associate and Program Coordinator
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Elizabeth DeMeo is a Research Associate and Program Coordinator at the Hudson Institute. At Hudson, she works primarily with Distinguished Fellow Christopher DeMuth on matters relating to government regulation, competition, and law and economics. Prior to joining Hudson, Elizabeth was a Research Assistant to scholars Michael Greve, Roger Scruton, and Kenneth Green of the American Enterprise Institute. Her writing on environmental policy with Green appears in The American, and The Fraser Institute's Regulation Review.
DeMeo holds a degree from The Johns Hopkins University in International Studies and Political Science, where she participated in the University's Aitchison Fellowship program with Professor Steven Teles. Her undergraduate thesis focused on the political effort to repeal the military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, and her writing on the development of an independent refugee press in the Kakuma Refugee Camp appears in the Hopkins Undergraduate Research Journal.
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