My research interests include: The historical origins of modern liberal institutions. The relationship between state capacity and economic growth. The impact of environmental shocks on institutional change and economic outcomes. Applied Econometrics with a particular emphasis on spatial data. Identification and Causality.
I’m an Associate Professor of Economics at George Mason University. I’m also a Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center, a faculty member at the Center for the Study of Public Choice, and an Affiliate Member of the CESifo Research Network.
Gregory Golino, Three Essays on Anglo-American Labor Reform (2020)
Justin Moore, Three Essays on the Impact of Prolonged Warfare in Twentieth Century France (2019)