Research Assistant Professor Ryan Murphy Co-Authors Paper on Anti-Growth Safetyism

by SMU Cox|

Ryan Murphy, research assistant professor at the Bridwell Institute for Economic Freedom, and co-author Colin O'Reilly recently published "Anti-growth safetyism" on In response to the book Where Is My Flying Car? by J. Storrs Hall, the essay examines the premise that the build-up of regulations on businesses have stunted financial growth and presents a novel concept - anti-growth safetyism - posed as a more measured means of calculating economic growth impact.

Read the article here.

Ryan Murphy received a PhD in economics from Suffolk University in September 2013. His research interests are diverse and include institutional economics, public policy, and macroeconomics. In addition to many published works, he is co-author of the Human Freedom Index.
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