Joshua Freedman is a research fellow with the Economic Economic Growth Program at New America. Until June 2014, Mr. Freedman served as a policy analyst. In this role, he researched and wrote about economic and social policy in the United States. His main projects focused on long-term economic shifts and the intersection of government and the economy.
Mr. Freedman graduated with a degree in public policy (focus: Ethics) from Stanford, where he was awarded the Ann C. Seminara Prize for Outstanding Senior in Public Policy. Previously, he interned at National Journal magazine and taught improvisation and sketch comedy. His analysis has appeared in National Journal, The Atlantic, CNN.com, and a variety of other publications. Mr. Freedman hails from the oft-maligned state of New Jersey.