• Scott Winship

    Research Fellow
    Manhattan Institute

    Scott Winship is the Walter B. Wriston Fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research.  He researches economic security, mobility, and inequality in its Washington D.C.-based policy center, economics21.

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  • Tim Worstall

    Senior Fellow
    Adam Smith Institute

    Tim Worstall is the author of Chasing Rainbows: Economic Myths, Environmental Facts. He blogs at, the Adam Smith Institute blog and at Forbes. He has written for The Times, Daily Telegraph, Express, Independent, City AM, Wall Street Journal, Philadelphia Inquirer and online for the Social Affairs Unit, Spectator, The Guardian, The Register and Techcentralstation. […]

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  • Ted Wray

    Social Media Community Manager
    Institute for Humane Studies

    Ted Wray serves as Social Media Community Manager for the Institute for Humane Studies and the Learn Liberty project, working to foster online discussions around the ideas of classical liberalism, and helping students discover a larger community of peers and educators who share their interest in exploring and advancing these ideas. A passionate advocate for classical liberal […]

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  • Kelly Wright

    Coordinator, Online Programs
    Institute for Humane Studies

    Kelly Wright is an Online Programs Coordinator at the Institute for Humane Studies. Kelly joined the Learn Liberty team in May of 2015. Kelly graduated from Ohio University in 2014 where she studied political science and economics. Kelly was very active on campus as a core member of various student groups including Ohio University Students […]

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  • Robert Wright

    Nef Family Chair of Political Economy
    Augustana University

    Dr. Robert E. Wright received his BA in history from Buffalo State College in 1990, his MA in history from State University of New York at Buffalo in 1994, and his PhD from SUNY at Buffalo in 1997. Before coming to Augustana, Dr. Wright served as Clinical Associate Professor of Economics at the Stern School […]

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  • Pavel Yakovlev

    Assistant Professor of Economics
    Duquesne University

    Pavel Yakovlev is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Duquesne University. He typically teaches microeconomics, macroeconomics, and public economics courses. Pavel joined Duquesne University in 2007, after earning his doctorate degree from West Virginia University in 2006 and completing a year of post-doctoral research in the Bureau of Business and Economic Research at WVU. Pavel […]

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  • Bruce Yandle

    Dean Emeritus
    Clemson College of Business and Behavioral Sciences

    Bruce Yandle is a distinguished adjunct professor of economics for the Mercatus Center‘s Capitol Hill Campus program and the dean emeritus of the Clemson College of Business and Behavioral Sciences. Dr. Yandle is the author or co-author of numerous books, including Taking the Environment Seriously, The Political Limits of Environmental Regulation, Environmental Use and the Market, Land […]

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  • David Zetland

    Ciriacy-Wantrup Postdoctoral Fellow
    University of California Berkley

    David Zetland is an assistant professor at Leiden University College, where he teaches various classes on economics. He received his PhD in Agricultural and Resource Economics from UC Davis in 2008 (Dissertation: Conflict and Cooperation inside a Public Corporation: a Case Study of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California). He was a S.v. Ciriacy-Wantrup […]

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  • Matt Zwolinski

    Associate Professor of Philosophy
    University of San Diego

    Matt Zwolinski is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of San Diego. He is also a co-director of USD’s Institute for Law and Philosophy, a member of the editorial board of Business Ethics Quarterly, and a blogger for Bleeding Heart Libertarians. Professor Zwolinski states that his research interests are generally in the intersection […]

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  • Benjamin Zycher

    Resident Scholar
    American Enterprise Institute

    Benjamin Zycher is the John G. Searle Chair and a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where he works on energy and environmental policy. He is also a senior fellow at the Pacific Research Institute.

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