Jeff Fong has lived in many different states, spent time in numerous countries, and seen the difference good rules can make. As an athlete, he also saw how the rules dictated the nature of the game. When Jeff was exposed to this same idea in the realm of political economy – that rules matter – the logic of seasteading seemed straightforward. Jeff has extensively studied the concepts of competitive governance, and has written about decentralized government and the importance of federalist experiments for Policy Mic, the world’s largest news site for and by millennials. He also collaborates with groups and individuals in the related Startup Cities movement.
As an ambassador, Jeff seeks to engage the public with ideas motivating competitive governance in general and seasteading in particular.
“Ultimately, our problems may be less about always having the right answers and more about learning how to ask the right questions.”