Dr. Jonathan R. Newman

Jonathan Newman
Dr. Jonathan R. Newman

Associate Professor of Economics and Finance

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Direct Office Phone: 423-775-7259

Field of Study: Economics & Finance

Office: Economics & Finance Department

Academic Degrees
  • Ph. D., Auburn University, Auburn, AL, May 2016.
  • M.S., Auburn University, Auburn, AL, August 2014.
  • B.A., Samford University, Birmingham, AL, May 2010.

Publications, Research, & Editing

  • "Contemporary Debates on Opportunity Cost Theory and Pedagogy." in The Economic Theory of Costs: Foundations and New Directions, edited by Matthew McCaffrey. London: Routledge. 2017
  • “Introduction to F.W. Taussig’s Wages and Capital.” Wages and Capital by F.W. Taussig, online edition. Auburn, AL: Mises Institute. 2016.
  • “Morals and Markets: A Response.” Libertarian Papers, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 135-143. 2014.
  • “The Austrian Theory of the Business Cycle.” in A Modern Guide to Austrian Economics, edited by Per Bylund. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Forthcoming, October 2022.
  • The Mises University Reader, edited and with an introduction by Jonathan Newman. Auburn, AL: Mises Institute, 2022.
  • Referee for The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics and Libertarian Papers.

Conference & Workshop Presentations

  • “The Central Role of Money and Property in Human Personality.” Paper presentation given at the Libertarian Scholars Conference (Nashville, TN, September 2022).
  • “What Is Inflation? Clarifying and Justifying Rothbard’s Definition.” Paper presentation given at the Austrian Economics Research Conference (Auburn, AL, March 2022).
  • "Sunspots and Animal Spirits: The Origins of Keynes’s Cycle Theory." Paper presentation given at the Austrian Economics Research Conference (Auburn, AL, April 2021).
  • "Using Debate to Motivate Students." Closing speech given at the Georgia Association of Economics and Finance (Young Harris, GA, April 2017).
  • “Revisiting F.W. Taussig’s Wages and Capital.” Paper presentation given at the Austrian Student Scholars Conference (Grove City, PA, January 2016).
  • “The Wages Fund Doctrine: Post-Marginalist Views.” Paper presentation given at the Austrian Economics Research Conference (Auburn, AL, March 2015).
  • “Measurement Error in Self-Reported Grades.” Paper presentation given at the Southern Economic Association Annual Meeting (Atlanta, GA, November 2014).
  • Lecturer at Mises University, Auburn, AL, 2015-2022.
Economics & Finance Department
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