Daniel D'Amico

Daniel J. D'Amico is a Lecturer in Economics at Brown University and Associate Director at The Political Theory Project. Previously, he was an Assistant Professor of Economics at Loyola University New Orleans. Dr. D'Amico earned his Ph.D. in economics from George Mason University. While at George Mason, Dr. D'Amico received fellowships from The H.B. Earhart Foundation, The Ludwig von Mises Institute, the Mercatus Center and The Institute for Humane Studies. He participated in and conducted original field research with the Mercatus Center to investigate the effects of hurricane Katrina on the gulf coast region. His dissertation, "The Imprisoner's Dilemma: The Political Economy of Proportionate Punishment," was awarded the Izrael M. Kirzner award for best dissertation on Austrian Economics. He is currently in the process of seeking publication for several of its constituent parts as well as continuing his ongoing research on the economics of crime and punishment.

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