The Politics of Public Infrastructure

We are pleased to announce Marc J. Dunkelman as a Fellow of the Marron Institute. Marc’s work with the Institute will explore the politics of public infrastructure in the aftermath of Robert Moses, with a particular focus on the saga of New York’s Penn Station.

To learn more about the project, please click the link below.

Project Description

In addition to his work with Marron, Marc is a visiting fellow at Brown University’s Taubman Center for Public Policy and American Institutions. In 2014, W.W. Norton published Dunkelman’s first book, The Vanishing Neighbor: The Transformation of American Community.

Prior to working with Marron, Marc was a senior fellow at the Clinton Foundation. During a career spanning more than a dozen years working in Washington, Dunkelman served on the staff of the Senate Judiciary Committee, as legislative director and chief of staff to a member of New York City’s delegation to the House of Representatives, and as the vice president for strategy and communications at the Democratic Leadership Council. He was also a visiting fellow at the Bipartisan Policy Center and a fellow at the Johns Hopkins University Center for Advanced Governmental Studies.

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