Author Archives: ryanalexandercompton

Journal of Economics, Race, & Policy

Very excited to be on the editorial board for the new journal Journal of Economics, Race, and Policy. Here is more info from the recent Springer press release for the journal: A new scholarly peer-reviewed journal which examines how economic … Continue reading

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Grand Valley State University

Thanks to everyone that attended my presentation of “Conflict and the Military Expenditure-Growth Link” (coauthored with Bryan Paterson of RMC) at the economics department of Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids Michigan. Very much appreciated the questions and feedback … Continue reading

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Center for the Study of Public Choice and Private Enterprise

Big congratulations to my buddy (and co-author) Jeremy Jackson on the establishment of his new centre, the Center for the Study of Public Choice and Private Enterprise at North Dakota State University. The centre will investigate the sources and causes … Continue reading

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MIT Sloan Sports Analytics

Just returning from the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics conference in Boston. First time at the conference, and I can’t say enough about how amazing the program was there. Such a great weekend to learn about the latest in sports analytics … Continue reading

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University of Windsor

Just recently returned from presenting my work “Conflict and the Military Expenditure-Growth Link” (coauthored with Bryan Paterson of RMC) at the economics department of the University of Windsor. Had a great day there and really appreciate my fantastic host Michael … Continue reading

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New Paper Forthcoming

My work “A Note on Economic Freedom and Political Ideology” is now forthcoming at Applied Economics Letters. This is joint with Ji Gu, Gary Hoover, and Daniel Giedeman. Special thanks to Ji Gu for all his work on this paper. … Continue reading

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New Paper Forthcoming

“More on the Black/White Income Gap and Economic Freedom” is now forthcoming at the Public Finance Review. Big thanks to Gary Hoover and Daniel Giedeman for their work on this!!

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