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Mark Fagan is an Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy and former
Senior Fellow at the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and
Government at Harvard Kennedy School. The focus of his research is
on the role of regulation in competitive markets. He has written
about the impact of deregulation in the railroad industry including
a recent paper published by Transportation examining the
impact of regulatory differences on rail freight share between the
United States and the European Union. He has also examined the
impact of electricity restructuring in the United States. The
research in electricity markets has been published in the
Electricity Journal and cited in the New York
Times. Other research papers include the role of government in
the financing of small and medium size enterprises to foster growth
in China and the need for institutional innovation to support
technology and globalization, a collaboration between Mr. Fagan and
the Vice Minister for Science and Technology in China.
At the Harvard Kennedy School, Mr. Fagan teaches Operations Management and Lobbying: Theory, Practice, and Simulations. He also is a Lecturer in Law at Boston University School of Law where he teaches Securitization, Lobbying and the Law, and Trust and Honesty in the Real World.
Mark Fagan is a founding partner of Norbridge, Inc. a general management consulting firm that has a distinctive competence in the transportation sector. Mr. Fagan specializes in helping companies solve operations management challenges. He works with clients in the transportation, telecommunications and utility industries as they grapple with increasing shareholder value in a deregulated world.
Mr. Fagan earned a Masters Degree in City and Regional Planning at Harvard University and a BA at Bucknell University.
Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Mr. Fagan consults to an array of private sector clients. A list of active clients will be provided upon request.