Virgil Storr

Virgil Storr

Virgil Storr


Austrian economics, culture and economic development, and economic sociology

Virgil Henry Storr is a Professor of Economics at George Mason University. He is also the Vice President of Academic & Student Programs at the Mercatus Center. He holds a Ph. D. in Economics from George Mason University and did his undergraduate work at Beloit College. His research has focused on Austrian economics, culture and economic development, markets and morality, post-disaster community recovery, and economic sociology.

Dissertations Supervised

Michael R. Romero, Three Essays on the Culture of Markets and Peace (2023)

Rachael K. Behr, The Political Economy of COVID-19 (2022)

Anne Hobson, Inventores: Overcoming Barriers to the Exchange of Money, Goods, and Information in Cuba (2022)

Alexander Craig, An Austrian Analysis of Social Capital (2021)