James Caton

James Caton is a graduate lecturer  and candidate for a Ph.D. in economics at George Mason University. He has received  the F. A. Hayek Fellowship from Mercatus, the I.H.S. Humane Studies Fellowship, and the I.H.S. Summer Research Fellowship. James holds an M.A. in Economics from San Jose State University where he was a participant in the Student Faculty Partnership and received the Award for Excellence in Economics.  He co-edited the Macroeconomics 2 volume set which is a collection of essays and primary sources that represent the core of macroeconomic thought. He has published articles in the Review of Austrian Economics and Advances in Austrian Economics and published book reviews for EH.net, The Journal of Markets and Morality and History: Review of New Books.

Vitae:  James Caton CV 2016 June.docx

Books Authored by James Caton

"The essays featured in Macroeconomics: The Monetary Foundations of the Macroeconomy, Volume I come from a... Read more
"This anthology uses primary sources to educate students about the living tradition of macroeconomics. Students learn... Read more

Multimedia Textbooks by James Caton

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This course is designed to guide students toward a deep, fundamental understanding of International Trade. Students will learn to employ tools that will help them to both understand issues in International Trade from the news and history, as well as apply them to understand the likely outcomes...