Mercatus Dissertation Fellow Dr. Jayme Lemke has accepted a post-doctoral research fellowship at Brown University’s Political Theory Project after graduating from George Mason University with a PhD in economics earlier this month.
When it comes to her job on Capitol Hill, Mercatus MA Alumna Katelyn Christ brings a wide range of experience and knowledge that helps her successfully support one of Congress’ chief investigative Committees.
Mercatus Graduate Student Programs Alumnus and Associate Director of the F. A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Christopher Coyne published his latest book, Doing Bad by Doing Good: Why Humanitarian Action Fails, this month through Stanford University Press.
Mercatus Graduate Student Programs fellows and Mercatus F.A. Hayek Program faculty are presenting their research from the past year this week at the Association of Private Enterprise Education’s Annual Conference in Maui, Hawaii.
Mercatus PhD Fellow Abby Hall and Mercatus Scholar Chris Coyne’s paper, “The Militarization of U.S. Domestic Policing,” has been chosen as the feature article for the Spring 2013 issue of The Independent Review.
Mercatus Adam Smith Fellow Dalibor Rohac joined the Cato Institute in March as a Policy Analyst for the Center on Global Liberty and Prosperity. Mr. Rohac is one of fifteen members of our inaugural class of Adam Smith Fellows.
Mercatus Graduate Student Programs alumna Diana Thomas has appeared in two recent videos on LearnLiberty.org about two theories of public choice economics, “Concentrated Benefits, Dispersed Costs” and “Rational Ignorance”.
Mercatus MA Alumnus Gabriel Okolski found a career that fulfills many of his passions. As a Transportation Loan Officer for the Export-Import Bank of the United States, he brings a unique set of skills and knowledge about economics and the aviation industry to his work helping implement loan guarantees for exports of US manufactured aircraft.
Texas Tech University recently appointed Mercatus Center Graduate Student Programs Alumnus Benjamin Powell as the first Director of The Free Market Institute, a new university-based research center in Lubbock, Texas.