Assistant Director and Research Assistant Professor
Bryan Cutsinger is a research assistant professor at the Free Market Institute at Texas Tech University and an assistant professor of economics at the Norris-Vincent College of Business at Angelo State University. He is also the assistant director for Free Market Institute programming at Angelo State University.
Dr. Cutsinger received his B.A. in economics from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and his M.A. and Ph.D. from George Mason University, where he was awarded the William P. Snavely Award for Outstanding Achievement in Graduate Studies in Economics.
Prior to joining Angelo State University and the Free Market Institute, Dr. Cutsinger was a Hayek Fellow with the F.A. Hayek Program for the Advanced Study of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. Dr. Cutsinger's work has been published in Explorations in Economic History and The Journal of Private Enterprise. He has also appeared on several economics podcasts, including Macro Musings.
Dr. Cutsinger's current work focuses on monetary rules and alternative monetary institutions as well as the organization of political markets. His primary fields of research are monetary and political economics.
Cachanosky, N., Cutsinger, B. P., Hogan, T. L., Luther, W. J. & Salter, A. W. (2021). The Federal Reserve's Response to the COVID-19 Contraction: An Initial Appraisal. Southern Economic Journal, 87(4): 1152-1174.
Recent Op-Eds and Short Articles
February 5, 2022 — Modern monetary theorists have no answer for raging inflation — Washington Examiner
January 21, 2022 — Powell Steers Clear of Naïve View on Inflation — National Review
December 6, 2021 — The Fed and the Limits of Discretion — National Review
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