- Assistant Professor of Economics, Allegheny College
Simon Bilo is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Allegheny College, and earned his PhD in economics from George Mason University. While at George Mason, he was a Mercatus Dissertation Fellow. Simon holds a MA in Economics of International Trade and European Integration – a joint degree awarded by a consortium of seven European universities that include Universiteit Antwerpen (Belgium) and Staffordshire University (UK). In addition, he holds a master’s degree in Economic Policy from the University of Economics in Prague (Czech Republic). His primary research focuses on theories of exchange rates, pricing of production factors, and the Austrian school of economics. In the past, he was a director and one of the founders of the Prague Conference on Political Economy (pcpe.libinst.cz); Alford Fellow and Printz Fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute; and CEE telecommunications analyst at the International Data Corporation (IDC). Simon’s paper presentations include the International Confederation of Associations for Pluralism in Economics International Research Conference and the Eastern Economic Association annual conference.