Focused on how to keep America competitive in the 21st century to lead the global economy in job creation. Working on projects to expand our manufacturing base, increase our nation’s exports, make strategic investments in new technology and infrastructure, and prepare a skilled workforce.
Khanna received his B.A. degree in economics with honors from the University of Chicago in 1998, where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He attended Yale Law School, receiving his law degree in 2001. He specializes in intellectual property law.
Khanna teaches economics at Stanford University and law at the Santa Clara University School of Law, and has taught American Jurisprudence at San Francisco State University. He wrote a book on American competitiveness in business, Entrepreneurial Nation: Why Manufacturing is Still Key to America’s Future, which was published in 2012.