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Dan Hammond

Dan Hammond is Hultquist Family Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics, Wake Forest University. His Ph.D. is from the University of Virginia. His research has been mostly on the history of American economics in the twentieth century. He is a member of ESHET and HES and served as President of the HES in 2001-02. Prof. Hammond’s publications include Theory and Measurement: Causality Issues in Milton Friedman’s Monetary Economics (Cambridge University Press, 1996), Chicago Price Theory (with S. G. Medema and J. D. Singleton, Edward Elgar, 2013), and “Religion and the Foundation of Liberalism: The Case of the Mont Pelerin Society,” Modern Age, vol. 55, 2013. His current projects include research on Malthus and on Paul Samuelson’s welfare economics.