George Crowley

George Crowley

Associate Professor of Economics
Troy University

George R. Crowley is an Associate Professor of Economics and member of the Johnson Center for Political Economy at Troy University in Troy, AL.  He earned his Ph.D. in economics from West Virginia University, and his undergraduate degree from Mercer University.  His research focuses on topics in public economics and constitutional political economy, with a specific emphasis on constraining government.  He has had articles appear in journals such as Economic Inquiry, Southern Economic Journal, Public Choice, and Constitutional Political Economy.  At Troy, he teaches Principles and Intermediate Microeconomics, Public Finance, Econometrics, and a course on the Economic and Moral Foundations of Capitalism.

Blog Posts

No, Your Friends are Probably Not Moving to Canada

Each presidential election year—perhaps this year more than most—we hear from friends, family, and celebrities the familiar refrain of, “If he/she wins, I’m moving to Canada!” Actress Lena Dunham is…

Election 2016 Is Here; Get Your Popcorn Ready

The 2016 presidential election season is in full swing: get your popcorn ready! As public choice economist, I absolutely LOVE this particular election season! Why, you might ask? I love this election…