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Meg Tuszynski

Meg Tuszynski

O'Neil Center

Researcher

PhD, Economics, George Mason University, 2016
MA, Economics, George Mason University, 2015
BA, Economics & Philosophy, George Mason University, 2011


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Bio

Meg Tuszynski is a researcher in the O’Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom. Before joining the O’Neil Center, Meg was the program manager for the Spending and Budget Initiative at the Mercatus Center. She earned her PhD and MA in economics and a dual BA in philosophy and economics from George Mason University. Her research interests include Austrian economics, public choice, new institutional economics, and economic freedom.  


Research

Austrian Economics

Public Choice

New Institutional Economics

Economic Freedom  


Recent publications

"From mixed economy to entangled political economy: a Paretian social-theoretic orientation" (with Richard Wagner). Public Choice 164(1-2) 2015: 103-116.  

“Review of Nicholas Wapshott Keynes Hayek: The Clash that Defined Modern Economics,” Journal of Value Inquiry 46(1) 2012: 97-102.


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