Kyle McKenzie is a research fellow with the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He is also the managing editor of the Mercatus Policy Series. He works with the Regulatory Studies Program, the Government Accountability Project, and the Social Change Project. His issue areas include energy market regulation, homeland security policy, and creative ways to eliminate valueless government activity.
After working at the Mercatus Center as a Charles G. Koch Summer Fellow, Mr. McKenzie migrated to the Mid-Atlantic and accepted his current position.
Mr. McKenzie graduated from Beloit College in Wisconsin with degrees in economics and psychology. He resides in the District of Columbia. His other interests include Austrian economics, community/urban development, and expanding his record collection.