Political Economy, Civil Resistance, Development, International Economics, Public Economics, Institutional Economics
Joshua Ammons is a Graduate Lecturer at George Mason University and a Community Engagement Strategist at the Institute for Humane Studies. He researches the political economy, international economics, and economic development with a focus on civil resistance movements.
“The Market Process as Nonviolent Action,” The Independent Review: A Journal of Political Economy, 2023, 28(1): 11-28. (with Y. Alshamy, C. Coyne, and N. Goodman).
“Gene Sharp: The ‘Clausewitz of Nonviolent Warfare,” The Independent Review: A Journal of Political Economy, 2018, 23(1): 149-156. (with C. Coyne)
“Non-Violent Action,” In Stefanie Haeffele and Virgil Storr, eds. Bottom-up Responses to Crisis (Palgrave Macmillan Publishers), 2020, 29-56. (with C. Coyne)
Review of Mikayla Novak, Freedom in Contention: Social Movements and Liberal Political Economy. Public Choice 2022: 1-4.
Review of Tom Palmer and Matt Warner, Development with Dignity: Self-determination, Localization, and the End to Poverty. Journal of Markets and Morality. 2022: 143-146.
Review of Meina Cai, Ilia Murtazashvili, Jennifer Brick Murtazashvili, and Raufhon Salahodjaev, Toward a Political Economy of the Commons: Simple Rules for Sustainability. Public Choice 2022: 407–409.
“Nonviolent Action” In Richard Jong-A.-Pin ed. Elgar Encyclopedia of Public Choice (Edward Elgar), 2023. (with C. Coyne)
ECON 390 - 002: International Economics, George Mason University, Fall 2023
ECON 385 - DL1: International Economic Policy, George Mason University, Spring 2023
ECON 390 - 002: International Economics, George Mason University, Fall 2022
George Mason University, PhD in Economics, in progress
George Mason University, M.A. in Economics, 2019
The University of Mississippi, B.A. in Business Administration, 2014