Research Contractor, Energy, Economics, and Security Program
Michael Frazer is a former Research Contractor for the Energy, Economics, and Security Program at CNAS. He began his CNAS career as the Joseph S. Nye, Jr. Intern for the program.
Michael is pursuing a master’s degree in East Asian Studies at The Ohio State University. His interests include economics and Japan. His current focus is on the gold standard in Japan during the prewar period. Michael has studied in Japan and worked as an English teacher for Aeon Corporation in Nagano and as an intern at the Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA. He graduated magna cum laude from New York University with a bachelor’s in linguistics in 2014.
Recent Publications & News
Sanctions by the Numbers: 2022 Year in Review
By Michael Frazer & Jocelyn Trainer
Sanctions by the Numbers: SDN, CMIC, and Entity List Designations on China
By Emily Kilcrease & Michael Frazer