Kaitlyn Woltz

PhD Fellow

Kaitlyn Woltz is a PhD Candidate in the Economics Department at George Mason University, a PhD Fellow at the Mercatus Center, a Hayek Fellow with the F.A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in P.P.E., and a Humane Studies Fellow with the Institute for Humane Studies. Her research lies at the intersection of the political economy of the criminal justice system, development economics, and market process economics. Her current research explores the role of prisoner voice expressed through prison journalism, litigation, and riots in the criminal justice system with implications for criminal justice reform.