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James Caton is a graduate teaching assistant in his second year of the Economics Ph.D. program at GMU. He is a Hayek Fellow. He 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 is editor of the two volume anthology ''Macroeconomics''. He has published reviews in ''The Journal of Markets and Morality, History: Review of New Books, and Enterprise and Society. He has an article forthcoming in Advances in Austrian Economics'' (2014). He has also contributed to FEE's library of Education Modules at FEE.org.
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James Caton is a graduate teaching assistant in his third year of the Economics Ph.D. program at GMU. He is a Hayek Fellow. He 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 is editor of the two volume anthology ''Macroeconomics''. He has published reviews in ''The Journal of Markets and Morality, History: Review of New Books, and Enterprise and Society. He has an article forthcoming in Advances in Austrian Economics'' (2014). He has also contributed to FEE's library of Education Modules at FEE.org.

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James Caton is a graduate teaching assistant in his third year of the Economics Ph.D. program at GMU. He is a Hayek Fellow. He 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 is editor of the two volume anthology Macroeconomics. He has published reviews in The Journal of Markets and Morality, History: Review of New Books, and Enterprise and Society. He has an article forthcoming in Advances in Austrian Economics (2014). He has also contributed to FEE's library of Education Modules at FEE.org.