Daniel J. Smith is an Associate Professor of Economics at Troy University and Associate Director of the Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy. He earned his B.B.A. in Economics, Banking & Finance, and Business Management from Northwood University and M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics from George Mason University.
Professor Smith’s academic research uses both Austrian and public choice economics to analyze market and governmental institutions, including social and economic cooperation, monetary policy and institutions, and public pensions.
Sutter, Daniel, and Daniel J. Smith. “Coordination in Disaster: Nonprice Learning and the Allocation of Resources after Natural Disasters.” The Review of Austrian Economics 30.4 (2017): 469-492.
Boettke, Peter J., and Daniel J. Smith. “Evolving Views on Monetary Policy in the Thought of Hayek, Friedman, and Buchanan.” The Review of Austrian Economics 29.4 (2016): 351-370.
Beaulier, Scott Alex, Daniel J. Smith, and Daniel Sutter. “Technology and the Architecture of Emergent Orders.” (2012).