Daniel Greenberg is an American nonprofit executive and former politician. He is a former Republican member of the Arkansas House of Representatives, who served from 2006 through 2011. Greenberg, who lives in Little Rock, Arkansas, represented House District 31, which includes portions of Pulaski and Saline counties. Greenberg currently serves as president of the Advance Arkansas Institute, a free market think tank. The Institute is a nonprofit research and educational organization committed to advancing public policy based on free markets, individual liberty, and limited, transparent government.
Greenberg was an analyst for the Heritage Foundation and a writer for the Cato Institute. He published over 100 articles on government and public policy in newspapers, magazines, and academic journals, including the New York Times, National Review, The Monist, and the Ohio State Law Journal.
Greenberg received a B.A. in philosophy, with honors, from Brown and an M.A. in philosophy from Bowling Green State University. Greenberg earned his J.D. from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Regulatory Transparency Project's Fourth Branch Podcast
In this episode, Anastasia P. Boden interviews Daniel Greenberg about his new article, "Regulating Glamour: A Quantitative Analysis...