Eric Hammer

Assistant Professor of Economics, Hamline University

Eric Hammer is an assistant professor of economics at Hamline University. He received his PhD and MA in economics from George Mason University and was a Mercatus Center PhD fellow. 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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