Adjunct and Visiting Scholars
Public Choice Center Adjunct Scholars
Peter Bernholz Emeritus Professor of Economics, Basel Switzerland, Center for Study of Public Choice research fellow.
Geoffrey Brennan is a professor of Philosophy, University of North Carolina and he is on the staff of the Social and Political Theory Program of the Research School of Social Sciences at Australian National University. An economist, Brennan works actively on issues at the intersection of economics, rationality, and political philosophy.
Dr. Congleton currently holds the BB&T Chair in Free Market Thought at West Virginia University.
In 2011 he published and completed several other noteworthy papers during the past year, including. “The Rise of the Modern Welfare State,” published in Public Choice with Feler Bose.
He wrote three other new papers for conferences which will be published in journals later this year or early next year. These papers include such divergent topics as Tullock’s CPE, free trade in Korea, and the meaning of coercive taxation.
Copies of Dr. Congleton’s forthcoming and recently published papers are available on his website.
Hartmut Kliemt Professor for Practical Philosophy, University of Duisburg-Essen. Adjunct research associate since 1991. Main areas of interest: Political Philosophy, Health Ethics and Economics, Philosophy of Economics, Foundations of Game Theory and Game Theoretic Modeling
Dwight Lee Ramsey Professor of Private Enterprise and Economics, Terry College of Business, University of Georgia. Area of expertise: Public Choice, Public Finance, Natural Resource and Environment Economics
James C. Miller III is a Senior Advisor to Husch Blackwell Sanders, LLP, an international commercial law firm; he has been a distinguished fellow since 1988.
Sandra Peart Baldwin Wallace College. She co-authored The Vanity of the Philosopher with David Levy and directed the Summer Institute for the Preservation of the History of Economic Thought. She is President-Elect of the History of Economics Society, and on the Editorial Board of JHET.
Robert Tollison Professor of Economics, Clemson University and BB&T Senior Fellow, is one of the world’s foremost scholars in the field of public choice. He is a past Director of the Center for Study of Public Choice.