Rosolino A. Candela

Rosolino Candela received his PhD in economics from George Mason University in 2017. Rosolino was also a Mercatus Center Dissertation Fellow, a JIN Fellow and a Humane Studies Fellow. He earned his BA summa cum laude from St. John’s University, where he studied history and philosophy under the tutelage of Dr. Douglas B. Rasmussen, and his MA in economics and international political economy & development from Fordham University. Prior to attending George Mason University, Rosolino completed one year of studies at Suffolk University, where he was a Charles G. Koch Fellow and JIN Fellow under Dr. Benjamin Powell. At Suffolk, he also worked at the Beacon Hill Institute, where he was also a Koch Summer Fellow. His research interests include Austrian Economics, Constitutional Economics and the economics of organized crime. Rosolino's dissertation will focus on the economics of property rights with particular historical application to the political unification of Italy.

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