Policy Analyst, Reason Foundation
Victor Nava is a policy analyst at Reason Foundation, where he researches public sector pensions, federal and state economic policy, and crony capitalism.
He has authored policy briefs on community development subsidies, federal green energy loans, and cronyism in higher education finance. He contributes to Reason Foundation's Annual Privatization Report and his work has been published by the Orange County Register, Real Clear Markets, Real Clear Policy, and The Daily Caller. He holds a Bachelor of Arts with double majors in economics and philosophy from Florida International University. Victor is based in Washington, D.C.
PEPRA failed to substantially reform California's pension systems.
Why the Department of Energy should stop guaranteeing loans for green energy projects
Sallie Mae and Uncle Sam: Cronyism in Higher Education Finance
Do commmunity development subsidies actually result in community development? Or have they been captured by vested interests?
Annual Privatization Report examines privatization and public-private partnership trends at the federal level