Austrian Political Economy, History of Economic Thought, Economic Theory and Methodology, Political Economy of School Choice
Jeremy Lerman is a fourth year PhD student in George Mason University's Department of Economics. He received a B.A. in 2007 from the University of Pennsylvania, where he studied Political Science and History. In 2012 he earned a Masters in Legal Institutions and Theory from the George Washington University. His experiences include traveling across the country as a political campaign organizer, managing the successful re-election of a New Hampshire State Senator, and conducting research on public policy issues for the American Action Forum, a DC think-tank.
Austrian Economics (Econ 403): Syllabus Spring 2018