- Professor of Economics, Northern Michigan University
David Prychitko is professor of economics at Northern Michigan University, where his teaching interests include the American economy, constitutional political economy, and the history of economic thought.
Prior to joining the faculty at Northern Michigan University, Dr. Prychitko was an assistant professor of economics at SUNY - Oswego. He was also a visiting junior fellow at the Program on Participation and Labor-Managed Systems at Cornell University in 1988, and a Fulbright Grant recipient in Zagreb, Croatia in 1989. Dr. Prychitko has published widely on Austrian economics and market process theory, comparative systems, and economic thought and methodology. His recent edited books include Market Process Theories (co-edited with Peter Boettke) and Why Economists Disagree: An Introduction to the Alternative Schools of Thought.
Dr. Prychitko earned his PhD in economics from George Mason University and his BS in economics from Northern Michigan University.