Kevin D. Gomez graduated from Florida State University, with a Bachelor’s of Science in Economics and Statistics. He is a graduate student at George Mason University, seeking a Master’s degree in Economics. Unless the perceived MC > MB, he will try to obtain a Ph.D. in Economics as well. When he’s not writing, he’s eating (and drinking), reading, working out, and tickling ivories.
An aspiring dilettante with a passion for Riesling and 20th century American literature, Diego is a research fellow at the Institute of Economic Affairs, a London think tank. He firmly believes that Armen Alchian should have won a Nobel, and that The Godfather III is the best mob film of all time bar the other two Godfathers.
Kenzi Dickhudt marvels and writes about the everyday applications of economics, sharing the insights of Hayek with those around her. Her real dream is to create a new Olympic sport involving cooking and swimming; winning the gold for the United States and displaying the medal on her mantle. Until then, she’ll continue working towards completing her Master’s in Applied Economics at George Mason University.
Marc Morris, the man, the myth, the legend. He writes on music, sports, and economics. He hates breathing, eating and drinking. Loves his fiancee, obese cats and the firework that got JPP’s hand. Marc’s writing is shitty, illiterate and offensive. Besides writing, he likes long walks on the beach and watching cat videos. Oh, and he’s in pursuit of his Master’s in Economics from George Mason University.
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GMU Economics student. Black belt in Tae Kwon Do. In search of the world’s best chai.
Matt Kelly is the lead policy analyst and blog content manager for the DeVoe Moore Center. He works in collaboration with research assistants that he manages to produce meaningful policy commentary and policy briefs under the Policy Lab Group. His areas of research focus on social entrepreneurship, regulation, and the disruptive effects of the sharing economy. He earned his degree in economics from Florida State University.
Ronni Mercier graduated from the University of Tampa with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Economics. Leaving the palm trees behind to move to Virginia is still a sensitive topic. Her fascination with economics began when she realized that it provided a framework to overthink literally everything. Now, she enjoys applying the economic way of thinking to relationships, trends, and social situations to ruin/improve them for others. Ronni enjoys yoga, wine, photography, and self-depreciating humor. She is currently a graduate student at George Mason University, seeking a Master’s degree in Economics.
Economics + HipHop = HipHoponomics. M.C. Caskey teaches economics through HipHop, as he has a burning desire to reach young people, particularly urban students, with the life-changing message of the economic way of thinking, taking human capital development seriously, and dreaming big. He has dropped two albums on SoundCloud over the last two years. Most recently, “HipHoponomics Vol. 2: The Man, The Myth, Adam Smith” dropped on May 5th, 2017. With thousands of SoundCloud plays already, M.C. Caskey is poised to reach a national audience through HipHoponmics.
M.C. Caskey holds a masters degree in Economics and Entrepreneurship for Educators from the University of Delaware.
Alex Kanode graduated from Western Carolina University with a Bachelor’s in Sociology. He’s currently pursuing an MA in Economics at George Mason University and enjoys drinking, reading, and looking for awful horror movies on Netflix. His research interests are culture, interdisciplinarity, and international trade and development.
James Czernaiwski graduated from Purchase College with a degree in both American history and economics. He is currently pursuing his Masters in economics from George Mason University. He enjoys reading, Game of Thrones, drinking and talking about economics. His interests include technology policy, financial literacy, targeted tax incentives, and regulation.
Joe Conway graduated from George Mason University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Economics. He is now a graduate student at George Mason University, seeking a Master’s degree in Economics. It’s dawned on Joe that he may be overly resistant to change. He is especially interested in consumer credit markets and financial regulation.