Shughart, William F., II
SHUGHART, William F., II
SHUGHART, William F., II. American, b. 1947. Genres: Business/Trade/ Industry, Economics, Money/Finance, Politics/Government. Career: Center for Naval Analyses, systems analyst, 1973-74; University of Arizona, Tucson, visiting lecturer in economics, 1978-79; Federal Trade Commission, Bureau of Economics, Washington, DC, economist, 1979-82, special assistant to the director, 1982-83; Clemson University, SC, assistant professor, 1983-84, associate professor of economics, 1984-85; George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, associate professor of economics and research associate at Center for the Study of Public Choice, 1985-88; University of Mississippi, University, professor of economics and finance and holder of Self Free Enterprise Chair, 1988-98, Frederick A.P. Barnard Distinguished Professor of Economics and Robert M. Hearin Chair, 1998-. Publications: The Organization of Industry, 1990, 2nd ed., 1997; Antitrust Policy and Interest-Group Politics, 1990; (with W.F. Chappell and R.L. Cottle) Modern Managerial Economics: Economic Theory for Business Decisions, 1994; (with J.F. Couch) The Political Economy of the New Deal, 1998. EDITOR & CONTRIBUTOR: (with F.S. McChesney) The Causes and Consequences of Antitrust: The Public-Choice Perspective, 1995; Taxing Choice: The Predatory Politics of Fiscal Discrimination, 1997; (with L. Razzolini) The Elgar Companion to Public Choice, 2001; (with C.K. Rowley, and R.D. Tollison) The Economics of Budget Deficits, 2 vols., 2002. Contributor to books. Contributor of articles and reviews to economic journals and newspapers. Address: Dept of Economics, University of Mississippi, PO Box 1848, University, MS 38677, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]
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