My research focuses on entrepreneurship, international trade, and the political economy of war and peace. I study the entrepreneur as the market system's driving force and the interaction between the entrepreneur and government. My dissertation is titled "The Market Process: Entrepreneurship, Intervention, and the Role of the State.” My committee chair was Christopher Coyne.
My article "Alert-Judgment: Ford's Entrepreneurial Five-Dollar Day" is published in the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics (December 2021). "A Robust Analysis of Trade Policy: The Chicken & Lumber Wars" is now available in the Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy (October 2022). I have a chapter forthcoming in the Oxford Handbook of Private Enterprise with Christopher J. Coyne and Abby R. Hall, "International Trade as a Peace Project." I am currently developing projects exploring the relationship between government and market institutions, and the influence of trade on conflict.
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We study the canonical macroeconomic models to explain the wealth of nations and business cycles.
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An application of economic theories, logic, and tools to business decision-making. Business dilemmas are analyzed and economic theory (with emphasis on game theory) is applied to make efficient decisions.