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Washington, DC, September 12, 2011 – The Competitive Enterprise Institute is pleased to announce that entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and columnist Bill Frezza  has joined CEI as a Fellow in Technology and Entrepreneurship.
Mr. Frezza is currently a Venture Partner at Adams Capital Management and serves on the board of directors of several startup companies. He is also a contributing columnist for Forbes.com, RealClearMarkets, and BioIT World. He writes on a variety of topics, including:
Mr. Frezza spent three decades as an engineer, entrepreneur and venture capital investor. He holds a Master of Science degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, and Bachelor of Science degrees from MIT in both Electrical Engineering and Biology.
"Bill Frezza is one of the smartest, most insightful and, most of all, entertaining analysts on economic and political matters whom I know. As his editor my weekly read of his articles is a requirement, but if I weren't his editor, I would still consider reading his work a must." - John Tamny, Editor, Forbes Opinions.
“I’ve watched Bill grow as a writer for many years and am delighted that he has joined forces with an established and well respected free market advocacy group like CEI,” - Dr. Richard Rahn, Chairman of the Institute for Global Economic Growth and Senior Fellow at the CATO Institute.
Mr. Frezza will continue working out of Boston.
Everything You Know Is Wrong, Bio-IT World, June 20, 2011
Successful Innovation Requires Failure Too, RealClearMarkets, January 31, 2011
Fueling Up the Next Bubble, RealClearMarkets, December 1, 2008
Is Economic Equality Worth the Loss of Prosperity?, RealClearMarkets, August 3, 2009
If Health Care Is A Basic Human Right, Can Doctors Be Rationed?, Forbes.com, June 7, 2011
Fleecing The Facebook Generation, Forbes.com, April 21, 2011
Uncle Sam: The New Venture Capitalist?, FoxBusiness