Justin Winikoff

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justinwinikoffAdjunct Junior Fellow

Expertise: Energy Security and Policy, Energy Economics, Resource Taxation and Wealth Management

Justin Winikoff was born and raised in New Jersey, before moving to Houston, Texas to attend Rice University in 2010. He is persuing a degree in Mathematical Economic Analysis and Policy Studies with a concentration on Energy Policy. Following his graduation in 2014, Justin hopes to pursue a career in energy economics and policy research.

Prior to joining the American Security Project in June 2013, Justin worked on the Sustainable Alaska project for the Baker Institute for Public Policy at Rice University. He performed research in offshore Arctic energy production and government management of oil revenues. He now works in American Competitiveness the American Security Project.

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ASP Publications:

“Grand Bargain” Makes an Age-Old Jobs Argument for Competitiveness

FACT SHEET – U.S.-EU Trade & The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Implications for Global Security & Western-Chinese Relations

Restoring American Competitiveness: A National Security Crisis

Will the R&D Tax Credit Spur Innovation?

David Cote’s Keys to American Competitiveness 

Event Review: POLITICO Pro’s “STEM Policy’s Next Steps”

Corporate Tax Reform: Is Territorial the Solution?

US-EU Trade Agreement Should Boost American Competitiveness