Kaitlyn Woltz

PhD Fellow

Kaitlyn Woltz is a third year PhD student in the Department of Economics at George Mason University. Kaitlyn graduated from Loyola University New Orleans with a BA in economics and a BA in history. Her paper, "Jim Crow and Incarceration: Creating a Criminal Group" was a winning essay in the Carl Menger Essay Contest at the 2014 Society for the Development of Austrian Economics meetings. Kaitlyn's research interests are in the fields of Austrian economics, institutional analysis, and the political economy of criminal justice.

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