Abraham Song is a Wilkes Scholar at the D.C. Policy Center. Dr. Song holds a Ph.D. from the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University. His work was awarded the Provost’s Office Dissertation Fellowship and the Vernon E. Jordan Jr. Doctoral Fellowship. As a Wilkes Scholar, his work focuses on topics of economic development in the Washington metropolitan area; specifically, the emergence of ICT and biotech clusters, and Amazon’s arrival in the region.
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