Eric Hammer

PhD Fellow

Eric Hammer is a PhD candidate and an Adam Smith PhD Fellow in the Department of Economics at George Mason University. His dissertation is titled, "Analyzing the Moral Effects of the Welfare State Through the Lens of Adam Smith's Theory of Moral Sentiments." He received his MA in Economics from GMU in 2014 and expects to complete his PhD in Economics in May 2018. He has been nominated for the 2018 George Mason University Teaching Excellence Award, the 2017 Career Connection Faculty Award, and was a 2016 Public Choice Society Vincent & Elinor Ostrom Prize finalist. His Macroeconomic Principles course was recognized by students for being an outstanding George Mason University Mason Core course. His academic interests include public choice economics, history of economic thought, law and economics, and computational social science. Before starting the PhD program he worked several years for an industrial gases company and a consulting firm delivering supply chain solutions.

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