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For over 30 years, the Mercatus Center at George Mason University (previously the Center for the Study of Market Processes) has recruited, trained, and supported graduate students who have gone on to careers in academia, government,  business, and public policy.

The Mercatus Center’s Graduate Student Programs supports students with full tuition and monthly stipends, and provides training and mentorship through various workshops, colloquia, and events.

Mercatus fellows have an opportunity to learn from and interact with an impressive collection of Mercatus faculty, affiliated scholars, and visitors, including Nobel Laureates James Buchanan, Vernon Smith, Douglass North and Elinor Ostrom, as well as eminent scholars such as Gordon Tullock, Ludwig Lachmann, Israel Kirzner, David Schmidtz, David Friedman, and Deirdre McCloskey.

This website highlights the activities and programs within Mercatus Center Graduate Student Programs as well as the academic work and accomplishments of our current students and alumni.