Economics
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

All Faculty

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  • Basil Ben Baldanza

    Basil Ben Baldanza

    Adjunct Faculty

    Adjunct Faculty

  • James T Bennett

    James T Bennett

    Eminent Scholar

    Labor economics and political economy

  • Peter J Boettke

    Peter J Boettke

    University Professor

    Austrian economics, institutional economics, and comparative economics

  • Donald J Boudreaux

    Donald J Boudreaux

    Professor

    Making economics clear and compelling to broad audiences, teaching, international trade, antitrust, law and economics, public choice

  • Ekaterina Brancato

    Ekaterina Brancato

    Adjunct Faculty

    Adjunct Faculty

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  • Colin Doran
  • Jason Dunick

    Jason Dunick

    Director of Undergraduate Programs

    Associate Chair

    Assistant Professor

    labor economics, education policy, economics of development, and undergraduate pedagogy in economics

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  • David Eil

    David Eil

    Assistant Professor

    Experimental economics and behavioral economics

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  • Noel D Johnson

    Noel D Johnson

    Associate Professor

    Economic history, public economics, and new institutional economics

  • Garett Jones

    Garett Jones

    Associate Professor

    Macroeconomics, economic growth, monetary economics

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  • Daniel B Klein

    Daniel B Klein

    Professor

    Policy economics, political economy, political culture, economic characterology, Adam Smith, Mercatus affiliation

  • Mark Koyama

    Mark Koyama

    Associate Professor

    Economic History

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  • Cesar A Martinelli

    Cesar A Martinelli

    Professor

    Economic theory, game theory, and political economy

  • Kevin A McCabe

    Kevin A McCabe

    Professor

    Experimental economics, economics theory, industrial organization

  • James M. McDermott

    James M. McDermott

    Adjunct Faculty

  • Patrick McLaughlin

    Patrick McLaughlin

    Adjunct Faculty

  • William McNaught

    William McNaught

    Adjunct Faculty

    National security economics, forces shaping defense expenditures in the 21st century, and economics of first century Palestine and its similarities to globalizing economies in the 21st century, productivity and job prospects of older workers

  • Carrie A Meyer

    Carrie A Meyer

    Associate Professor

    Economic development, agricultural history, environmental economics, institutional economics

  • Adam A Millsap

    Adam A Millsap

    Adjunct Faculty

  • Matthew Mitchell

    Matthew Mitchell

    Public choice, rent seeking, and the economics of special privilege.

  • Marian Moszoro

    Marian Moszoro

    Adjunct Faculty

    Project finance and public-private hybrids; public contracts, scrutiny, and political contestability; governance, risk perception, and asset pricing

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  • John V.C. Nye

    John V.C. Nye

    Professor

    Economic history, new institutional economics

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  • Carlos D Ramirez

    Carlos D Ramirez

    Professor

    Banking and Finance, Economic History, Macroeconomics, International Finance

  • Kenneth Reynolds

    Kenneth Reynolds

    Adjunct Faculty

  • Thomas C Rustici

    Thomas C Rustici

    Associate Director of Undergraduate Programs

    Assistant Professor

    Economic instruction

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  • Scott Smith

    Scott Smith

    Adjunct Faculty

  • Vernon Smith

    Vernon Smith

    Emeritus Faculty

    Experimental economics, economic theory

  • Virgil Storr

    Virgil Storr

    Austrian economics, culture and economic development, and economic sociology

  • Thomas Stratmann

    Thomas Stratmann

    University Professor

    Public choice, political economy, law and economics and health economics

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  • Alex T Tabarrok

    Alex T Tabarrok

    Professor

    Theory of voting, political economy, and empirical law and economics

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  • Karen Vaughn

    Karen Vaughn

    Emeritus Faculty

    Austrian economics, economic theory, and the history of economic thought

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  • Yong J Yoon

    Yong J Yoon

    Associate Professor

    Public choice, specialization and increasing returns, consumer economics and bankruptcy