Rosemarie Fike

Instructor of Economics, Texas Christian University

Rosemarie Fike is an instructor of economics at Texas Christian University. She is an alum of both the Mercatus MA Fellowship, the Mercatus Adam Smith Fellowship program, and was a Mercatus Visiting Dissertation Fellow. After completing her MA in economics at George Mason University, she completed her PhD in economics at Florida State University where she worked as both a research and teaching assistant to James D. Gwartney. Rosemarie earned a BS in business administration with concentrations in economics, finance, and investment management from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. Her research interests include institutions and economic development as well as political economy. 

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