Alexander Salter

Assistant Professor of Economics, Rawls College of Business, Texas Tech University
Comparative Economics Research Fellow, Free Market Institute, Texas Tech University
Affiliated Scholar

Alexander Salter is Comparative Economics Research Fellow at the Free Market Institute and an assistant professor of economics in the Jerry S. Rawls College of Business Administration at Texas Tech University. Alex earned his BA in Economics from Occidental College in 2010, his MA from George Mason University in 2012, and his PhD from George Mason University in 2014. Alex’s research focuses on the political economy of monetary institutions and policy, examining topics such as last-resort lending and the now-popular idea of NGDP targeting. Alex is also interested in questions of federalism and self-governance in the tradition of Virginia Political Economy and non-market decision making. Alex’s research has been published, or is forthcoming, in the Libertarian Papers, the Review of Austrian Economics, Advances in Austrian EconomicsNew Perspectives on Political Economy, and the Journal of Private Enterprise.

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