Roger W. Garrison received his doctorate from the University of Virginia in 1981 and is now Emeritus Professor of Economics at Auburn University, AL, where he taught macroeconomics from 1987 to 2012. He was a Post Doc Fellow at New York University in 1981. He was a winner of the Smith Prize in Austrian Economics in 2001 for his book Time and Money: The Macroeconomics of Capital Structure. In 2003 he was named first Hayek Visiting Scholar at the LSE’s First Memorial Hayek Lecture. He served as president of the Society for the Development of Austrian Economics in 2004. His Austrian oriented writings have appeared in Economic Inquiry, Journal of Macroeconomics, History of Political Economy, and Journal of Economic Education, as well as a number of conference volumes and reference volumes. In retirement, he has contributed chapters to Robert A. Cord and J. Daniel Hammond, eds. Milton Friedman: Contributions to Economics and Public Policy (2016) and to Steven Kates ed. What’s Wrong with Keynesian Economic Theory? (2016).
Emeritus Professor of Economics, Auburn University