Edward López

BB&T Distinguished Professor of Capitalism, Western Carolina University
Research Fellow, The Independent Institute

Edward J. López is the BB&T Distinguished Professor of Capitalism at Western Carolina University, a research fellow at The Independent Institute, and former President of both the Public Choice Society and the Association of Private Enterprise Education. He earned a BS in economics from Texas A&M University, and an MA and PhD in economics at George Mason University in 1997. While at George Mason, he was a Mercatus Center PhD Fellow. Before joining the faculty of San Jose State University in the fall of 2005, he held appointments at the University of North Texas, San Jose State University and George Mason University, and he served as staff economist on the Joint Economic Committee of Congress.

Professor López's research focuses on the economics of ideas, fashion, and politics. 

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