Dr. Charles Delmotte is a Scholar at C-IP2. Charles is assistant professor at Michigan State University College of Law. Before that he was a post doctoral fellow at NYU’s Classical Liberal Institute (2018-2022), where he’s now an affiliate fellow. He has bachelor’s and master’s degrees in philosophy, a JD, and a PhD from Ghent University. He was twice an Adam Smith Fellow in Political Economy at George Mason University (2016-2018) and was a Thomas Edison Innovation Law and Policy Fellow at George Mason University (2019-2020). Charles has more than a dozen publications that employ economics, empirical research and philosophy to scrutinize tax law and innovation policy. He currently investigates the use of innovative technologies to optimize the tax system. Charles was trained as a practicing lawyer at DLA Piper LLP.