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Bryan Cutsinger

Bryan Cutsinger is an assistant professor of economics at the Norris-Vincent College of Business at Angelo State University, where he also serves as the assistant director of the Free Market Institute, and a research assistant professor at the Free Market Institute at Texas Tech University. Dr. Cutsinger’s research focuses on monetary history and political economy. His scholarly work has been published in leading economic journals, including Economics Letters, the European Review of Economic HistoryExplorations in Economic HistoryPublic Choice, and the Southern Economic Journal. His popular writing has appeared in the National Review, the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Examiner.

Dr. Cutsinger received his B.A. in economics from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and his M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from George Mason University, where he was awarded the William P. Snavely Award for Outstanding Achievement in Graduate Studies in Economics.

Bryan Cutsinger Articles

Some critics of the Federal Reserve argue that central bankers manipulate the market whenever they adjust interest rates. For example, in an article in the Wall Street Journal, monetary economist Judy Shelton writes, “When the Fed tightens...
Economist Jason Furman recently called for the Federal Reserve to raise its inflation target from 2 to 3 percent. In defending his position, Furman argued that while unexpected inflation results in redistribution that harms creditors and...

The Incas thought gold represented the glory of their sun god and referred to the precious metal as “Tears of the Sun.”

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