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Mark Keightley

Mark Keightley, PhD

  • Lecturer, MSSP Program

Mark Keightley is an economist at the nonpartisan Congressional Research Service (CRS) in Washington, DC. At CRS he advises Congress and their staff on macroeconomic fiscal policy, business and international corporate taxation, and housing policy. Prior to joining CRS, Mark was a visiting scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and an associate at the Congressional Budget Office. He holds a PhD in economics from Florida State University.

Mark’s research at CRS has been cited by the President’s Council of Economic Advisers, U.S. Supreme Court, Government Accountability Office, Tax Policy Center, Federal Reserve of Dallas, Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies, Center on Budget Policies and Priorities, CNN, Businessweek, Bloomberg, The New York Times, Reuters, Tax Notes, Daily Tax Report, and various books and academic papers.

He has taught economics and public policy at several other universities, including: Rice University, William & Mary, Northwestern University, Syracuse University, George Mason University, and George Washington University.

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