Nathan P Goodman

Nathan P Goodman

Nathan P Goodman

Graduate Lecturer

Graduate Research Assistant

Austrian Economics, Institutions, Political Economy, Defense and Peace Economics

Nathan Goodman is a PhD student in the Department of Economics at George Mason University. He earned his Bachelor of Science in mathematics from the University of Utah. Nathan has worked as a research fellow for the Center for a Stateless Society, a program intern for the Law & Economics Center at George Mason University, and a summer fellow at the Fully Informed Jury Association. His research interests include defense and peace economics, Austrian economics, public choice economics, and self-governance.

Selected Publications

“The Stakeholder-Empowering Philanthropy of Edward Filene,” Journal of Institutional Economics, forthcoming (with K. Taylor).

“Gifts as Governance: Church Welfare and the Samaritan’s Dilemma,” Journal of Institutional Economics, forthcoming (with R. Herzberg).

“Sounding the Alarm: The Political Economy of Whistleblowing in the US Security State,” Peace Economics, Peace Science, and Public Policy 25 (1) (with Christopher J. Coyne and Abigail R. Hall, 2019).

“The Coproduction of Justice,” Rethinking Punishment in the Era of Mass Incarceration, edited by Christopher W. Surprenant (Routledge, 2017).

 

Expanded Publication List

“The Stakeholder-Empowering Philanthropy of Edward Filene,” Journal of Institutional Economics, forthcoming (with K. Taylor).

“Gifts as Governance: Church Welfare and the Samaritan’s Dilemma,” Journal of Institutional Economics, forthcoming (with R. Herzberg).

“Social Capital and Social Justice: Why Liberalism is Essential,” Journal of Private Enterprise, March 2019, 34(1): 59-73 (with A. Craig).

“Sounding the Alarm: The Political Economy of Whistleblowing in the US Security State,” Peace Economics, Peace Science, and Public Policy 25 (1) (with Christopher J. Coyne and Abigail R. Hall, 2019).

“Don Lavoie's Dialectical Liberalism,” The Dialectics of Liberty: Exploring the Context of Human Freedom, edited by Roger E. Bissell, Chris Matthew Sciabarra, and Edward W. Younkins (Lexington Books, 2019).

“The Coproduction of Justice,” Rethinking Punishment in the Era of Mass Incarceration, edited by Christopher W. Surprenant (Routledge, 2017).

 

Education

MA in Economics from George Mason University (2017)

BS in Mathematics from The University of Utah (2015)

In the Media

"The Economic Costs of U.S. Empire" speech at "Breaking Washington's Addiction to War" conference covered on C-SPAN, August 24th, 2019.