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ECONOMICS

CATHLEEN JOHNSON

University of West Virginia

PHILOSOPHY

DANIEL HANNAN

Member of the European Parliament

POLITICS

STEPHEN DAVIES

Institute of Economic Affairs

ECONOMICS

STEVEN LANDSBURG

BRYAN CAPLAN

JOSHUA DUCLOS

George Mason University

University of Rochester

St. Paul's School, New Hampshire

ECONOMICS

POLITICS

PHILOSPHY

ROB MCMAHON

MARK HOVEN

NOAH CARL

Radley College

Phillips Exeter Academy

University of Cambridge

PHILOSOPHY

POLITICS

POLITICS

DANIEL HANNAN

STEVEN LANDSBURG

STEVEN LANDSBURG

Member of the European Parliament

University of West Virginia

University of West Virginia

POLITICS

POLITICS

POLITICS

WORLD CLASS FACULTY

Professor d’Amico’s enthusiasm was one of the many reasons I looked forward to his informative classes. We unraveled such complex topics in a seemingly effortless and enjoyable  manner.

 

Miguel Shetreet

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Dr. Stephen Davies

 Institute of Economic Affairs, London

Dr. Davies is the head of education at the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA). He possesses a masters degree and a doctorate from St. Andrew’s University in Scotland and was a senior lecturer in history at Manchester Metropolitan University.


Prior to joining the IEA Dr. Davies was the program officer at the Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University. In the past, he has also held a position at Bowling Green State University, as a visiting scholar.


He has written a number of books, including Empiricism & History, and was the co-editor of The Dictionary of Conservative and Libertarian Thought.

 

Professor Noah Carl

 Institute of Economic Affairs, London

Dr Carl is an intelligence researcher and sociologist who earned his DPhil in Sociology from the University of Oxford. His work has been published in several academic journals including Intelligence, Journal of Biosocial Science, and The British Journal of Sociology. He has written many papers that have garnered widespread attention including work on the link between artistic tastes and views on Brexit, the reasons why London's pubs are disappearing, and a study for the Adam Smith Institute that found that conservatives are heavily underrepresented among academics British universities. 

 

Following being granted the Toby Jackman Newton Trust Research Fellowship at St Edmund's College, Cambridge, Carl was involved in a controversy that saw him lose the position. He was accused of inciting racial hatred when he suggested that British stereotypes about immigrants are "largely accurate". The Times newspaper criticised the decision to dismiss Carl, arguing that his "main offence seems to have been to challenge the “woke” left-wing orthodoxy".

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 George Mason University

Described as the most important political economist of his generation, Professor Caplan is the author of ‘The Case Against Education’, ‘Selfish Reasons to Have More Kids’, and ‘The Myth of the Rational Voter: Why Democracies Choose Bad Policies’.


Professor Caplan has published in the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, American Economic Review, Economic Journal, Journal of Law and Economics, and Intelligence. He regularly appears on ABC, Fox News, MSNBC, and C-SPAN.

 

Professor Rob McMAHON

 Radley College

Dr McMahon studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at New College, Oxford before going on to attain an MPhil and a DPhil in Politics at the University. He has been Head of Politics at Radley College in Oxford for the past 17 years, and is a Visiting Associate Professor for the Stanford University programme in Oxford.

 

He was a tutor in politics at St John's College Oxford, and is now a fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford. He specialises in US and UK government and politics, and is particularly focused on public policy. His DPhil examined models of motivations in two 'green bureaucracies' - the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Environment Agency in England and Wales. 

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 St. Paul's School, New Hampshire

Dr Duclos is a humanities teacher at the prestigious St Paul's School in New Hampshire who earned his PhD in Philosophy from Boston University. He has been published in several journals including Philosophy and Theology and Environmental Values - his research interests focusing on value theory and moral philosophy, especially as they pertain to issues in environmental and political philosophy. 

 

Dr Duclos has many years of teaching experience, including faculty positions in Philosophy and the Humanities at Boston University, Groton School and The Hotchkiss School. He also worked as programme coordinator at the Frank Institute for the Humanities, and as a public outreach coordinator for UNICEF in Coimbatore, India. 

 
 

PROFESSOR DANIEL HANNAn

 Member of the European Parliament

Dr McMahon studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at New College, Oxford before going on to attain an MPhil and a DPhil in Politics at the University. He has been Head of Politics at Radley College in Oxford for the past 17 years, and is a Visiting Associate Professor for the Stanford University programme in Oxford.

 

He was a tutor in politics at St John's College Oxford, and is now a fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford. He specialises in US and UK government and politics, and is particularly focused on public policy. His DPhil examined models of motivations in two 'green bureaucracies' - the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Environment Agency in England and Wales. 

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 University of West Virginia

Dr Duclos is a humanities teacher at the prestigious St Paul's School in New Hampshire who earned his PhD in Philosophy from Boston University. He has been published in several journals including Philosophy and Theology and Environmental Values - his research interests focusing on value theory and moral philosophy, especially as they pertain to issues in environmental and political philosophy. 

 

Dr Duclos has many years of teaching experience, including faculty positions in Philosophy and the Humanities at Boston University, Groton School and The Hotchkiss School. He also worked as programme coordinator at the Frank Institute for the Humanities, and as a public outreach coordinator for UNICEF in Coimbatore, India. 

 
 

Dr. STEVEN LANDSBURG

 University of Rochester

Renowned author of many popular economics works including The Armchair Economist, Dr Landsburg is a professor at the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York. As a "hardcore libertarian", Landsburg emphasises the importance of individual choice. He has reviewed many books including Freakonomics and The Undercover Economist for the Wall Street Journal.

 

He is an outspoken commentator on economic, legal and political issues, particularly on his blog The Big Questions. His latest work, Can You Outsmart an Economist?, features more than 100 puzzles designed to show how economics often provides unexpected answers to everyday questions. 

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 Phillips Exeter Academy

Mr Hoven is a graduate of the College of Charleston, in South Carolina, where he played NCAA first division tennis. He undertook graduate research, at Lincoln College, Oxford, on the poetry of William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge and holds a master’s degree from Middlebury College.


Mr Hoven is associate director of college counselling at the prestigious Phillips Exeter Academy, in New Hampshire.