Education and Career
- PhD, Economics, New York University, 1986
- BA, Economics and Zoology, Drew University, 1979
Prior professional positions:
- University of Hong Kong, Economics, Lecturer, 1988 to 1989
- George Mason University, Economics, Assistant Professor, 1985 to 1988
Awards, Honors and Recognitions:
- Researcher of the Year, University of Georgia, Terry College of Business, 2002
- Kamerschen-Hampton Research Award, University of Georgia, Terry College of Business, 1996
- Best Article Prize, Smith Center for Private Enterprise First Annual Austrian Econom, 1996
Research, Expertise and Publications
Research Interests and Areas of Expertise:
- Monetary Economics
- Monetary History and Policy
- George Selgin. 1996. Salvaging Gresham's Law: the Good, the Bad, and the Illegal. Journal Of Money, Credit, And Banking, (28):637-649.
- George Selgin and Lawrence H. White. 1994. How Would the Invisible Hand Handle Money?. Journal Of Economic Literature, (32):1718-1749.
- George Selgin. 1994. Free Banking and Monetary Control. Economic Journal, (104):1449-1459.
- George Selgin. 1994. On Ensuring the Acceptability of a New Fiat Money. Journal Of Money, Credit, And Banking, (26):808-826.
- George Selgin. 1996. Bank Deregulation and Monetary Order. London: Routledge.
- Associate Editor, Econ Journal Watch, 2001 - present
- Board of Editors, The Cato Journal, 1992 - present
- Board of Editors, Durell Journal of Money and Banking, 1989 - 1991