Scott Burns

Assistant Professor of Business and Economics, Ursinus College

Scott Burns is an Assistant Professor of Business and Economics at Ursinus College. He was a Mercatus Center PhD Fellow and received his PhD in economics from George Mason University in 2017.  His research focuses on financial innovations in the developing world and the impact they have on economic growth and development. His doctoral dissertation focused on the mobile money revolution in Sub-Saharan Africa and the impact it has had on entrepreneurship and growth in developing economies. Scott's current projects focus on the interaction between institutions and entrepreneurship, monetary economics, history of economic thought, sports economics, and human capital. 

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