Javier Portillo

Assistant Professor of Economics, Birmingham-Southern College

Javier Portillo is an assistant professor of economics at Birmingham-Southern College. He earned his PhD in economics from Florida State University where he also worked as a research assistant. His research focuses on individual property rights and social progress, focusing on the incentives and holdout problems when multiple individuals work together to assemble multiple properties for a large scale project. He was a Mercatus Center Adam Smith fellow during the 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 academic years as well as a recipient of the Institute for Humane Studies Fellowship. Javier holds a MS in economics from Florida State University as well as a BAcc in accounting and economics from Loyola University, New Orleans.

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