Muhammad Salar Khan

Graduate Research Assistant, George Mason University

Muhammad Salar Khan earned a master's degree in Public Policy as a Fulbright scholar at Oregon State University. Now, he is a Ph.D. Public Policy candidate and graduate research assistant at Schar School of Policy & Government, George Mason University. His interests are interdisciplinary, lying at the intersection of science, economics, and policy. Besides teaching and graduate research assistant positions in graduate schools, he has worked with several organizations including the British Council, the Parliament of Pakistan, and the World Bank. Recently, he worked with leading academic scientists in thinking about how to integrate AI into USAF combat systems over the next decade.

His recent articles appeared in The Diplomat, The National Interest, Journal of International Tax and Public Finance, and Frontier Journals.

Experience

  • –present
    Graduate Research Assistant, George Mason University

Education

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    Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University, Public Policy

Honours

Fulbright scholar (2015-17)