I've enjoyed speaking to dozens of audiences on a range wide of Economics topics. Some of my talks are available online; a more comprehensive list of appearances is below. 

 

 "Interest Rates, Caffeine, and Fuzzy Signals: Intervention & Recession"

Lecture at Georgia Tech exploring the causes of the recent economic collapse.

"Teaching & Careercraft"
How teaching fits into your career and tips for balancing your academic career with a fulfilling personal life

Liberty.Me Interview
A talk about Austrian Economics and the example of Argentina, which successfully went from rags to riches. 

The Nature of Government -- and the Unintended Consequences of Interventionism
A talk for the Atlas Society on what happens when the government goes outside it's established role.

La intervención monetaria en los ciclos económicos

La intervención monetaria en los ciclos económicos

Campus Talks

"Incentives and Information:  An Introduction to Political Economy."  Presented to the Flagler College First-Year Experience (November 2015)

"Collectivist Republicanism and Liberal Anomie:  Towards an Individual and Robust Theory of Citizenship."  Presented to the Flagler College Honors Program (October 2015)

"Liberal Learning."  Address to the incoming freshman class, Flagler College (August 2015)

"Germany and the Future of the European Union."  Florida Gulf Coast University German Club (March 2014)

"Why Philosophy Matters for Economics and Liberty – and What YOU Can Do About It." Florida Gulf Coast University, Renaissance Academy Distinguished Scholars Program (November 2013)

"France and the World."  Florida Gulf Coast University, College of Arts and Sciences (November 2012)

"W(h)ither the Economy?  Early Reflections on the Election."  Florida Gulf Coast University Renaissance Academy, Distinguished Scholars Program (November 2012)

"An Introduction to Health Economics."  Florida Gulf Coast University, College of Health Professions and Social Work, (October 2012)

"Rand and Rights:  From the Nature of Government to Government Mischief."  Florida Gulf Coast University Renaissance Academy, Distinguished Scholars Program (November 2011)

"An introduction to Classical Liberalism."  Eagles for Liberty, Florida Gulf Coast University (September 2011)

"From Hemlines to Regime Uncertainty:  Thoughts on the Future of the U.S. Economy." Hillsdale College faculty panel (February 2011)

"From Life Planning to Financial Planning."  Hillsdale College, Office of Student Life, February 2011

"Economics as a Liberal Art."  Hillsdale College Honors Program (March 2010)

"Any Port in a Storm… or at Least a Good Wine:  A Dilettante Reflects on Wine Appreciation and Wine Economics."  Hillsdale College, Office of Student Life (March 2010)

"The New Deal."  Hillsdale College faculty roundtable (February 2010)

"What is Conservatism?  What is Libertarianism?"  Panel organized by the Hillsdale College Politics Club (October 2008)

"The Subprime Mortgage Crisis."  Panel organized by the Hillsdale College Praxis political economy club (September 2008)

"Free Markets and Politics Today."   Hillsdale College faculty roundtable (January 2008)

"A Tale of Two Enlightenments:  Philosophical Foundations of Contemporary Economics."  Hillsdale College Praxis political economy Club (September 2007)

"An Introduction to Constitutional Political Economy."  Hillsdale College Praxis political economy Club (April 2007)

Invited Talks

"The Use of Knowledge in Society:  A Short Jaunt Through Hayek's World."  Lecture for the Cato Institute Interns (October 2016)

"The Use of Knowledge in Society:  A Short Jaunt Through Hayek's World."  Lecture for the Cato Institute Interns (June 2016)

"Interest Rates, Caffeine and Fuzzy Signals:  Making Sense of the Recession."  Truman State University (April 2016)

"Public Choice and Financial Regulation:  Who Writes Consumer Protection Regulations Anyway?"  Truman State University (April 2016)

"Income Inequality and Poverty in the US:  Are We Asking the Right Questions?"  University of Minnesota-Duluth (December 2015)

"Income Inequality and Poverty in the US:  Are We Asking the Right Questions?"  Gustavus Adolphus College (December 2015)

"The Use of Knowledge in Society:  A Short Jaunt Through Hayek's World."  Lecture for the Cato Institute Interns (November 2015)

"Income Inequality and Poverty in the US:  Are We Asking the Right Questions?"  University of New Orleans (November 2015)

"The Use of Knowledge in Society:  A Short Jaunt Through Hayek's World."  Lecture for the Cato Institute Interns (June 2015)

"Interest Rates, Caffeine and Fuzzy Signals:  Making Sense of the Recession." The Columbia Economics Club, Columbia, SC (April 2015)

"What's a Friend of Liberty to Do?"  Eleutheria Institute Salon, Naples, FL (April 2015)

"Misjudging the Welfare State:  F.A. Hayek as Classical Liberal, Socialist, or Closet Anarchist?"  Presented at Universidad Francisco Marroquin (February 2015)

"Tradition, Innovation and Institutions:  The Political Economy of French Wine Production." Presented at the Universidad Francisco Marroquin (February 2015)

"Liberty and Marriage:  A Debate with Sherif Girgis."  Federalist Society of the Florida State University College of Law (January 2015)

"Socialism and the Modern Imagination:  Reflections on Ayn Rand's We The Living."  Ayn Rand Society for Individual Rights, Benefactors' Luncheon, Naples, FL (November 2014)

"Human Liberty and Flourishing."  Keynote Address, the Fund for American Studies, Leadership Conference, Naples, FL (November 2014)

"A Libertarian-Conservative Conversation."  Foundation for Economic Education, Naples, FL (November 2014)

"Monetary Union without Fiscal Union?  The Euro Crisis and the Move Towards European Fiscal Union." University of Macerata, Italy (October 2014)

"Lincoln:  Friend or Foe of Liberty?" Eleutheria Salon, Naples, FL (April 2014)

"Lincoln:  Friend or Foe of Liberty?" Debate for the Fairfield Gadfly Society, Hillsdale College (April 2014)

"Interest Rates, Caffeine and Fuzzy Signals:  The Regulatory and Financial Roots of the Great Recession."  Foundation for Economic Education, Naples, FL (February 2014)

"Domaine Pas de Choix:  Government Intervention in the Champagne Market." Free-Market Institute, Texas Tech University (January 2014)

"France's Fifth Republic at Fifty:  Plebiscitarian Caesarism from Descartes to Rousseau." Praxis Political Economy Club, Hillsdale College (November 2013)

"Interest Rates, Caffeine and Fuzzy Signals:  Making Sense of the Recession." The Bastiat Society of Charleston, SC (November 2013) 

"The Italian Debt Crisis:  From Federalism to Secession."  Economics Faculty of the College of Charleston (November 2013) 

"Interest Rates, Caffeine and Fuzzy Signals:  Making Sense of the Recession," College of Charleston (November 2013)

"Libertarianism v. Conservatism."  Debate for the Federalist Society and the Thomas More Society, Ave Maria School of Law (October 2013)  

"Interest Rates, Caffeine and Fuzzy Signals:  Making Sense of the Recession." Institute for Humane Studies, Clemson University (September 2013) 

"The Nature of Government… and the Unintended Consequences of Interventionism."  The Atlas Society (June 2013)

"Beyond Good Intentions:  Why Conservatism is Socialism."  Annual Convention, Libertarian Party of Florida (May 2013)

"Interest Rates, Caffeine and Fuzzy Signals:  Making Sense of the Recession."  Students for Liberty, Georgia Institute of Technology (February 2013)

"Interest Rates, Caffeine and Fuzzy Signals:  Making Sense of the Recession."  Students for Liberty, Kennesaw State University (February 2013)

"Interest Rates, Caffeine and Fuzzy Signals:  Making Sense of the Recession."  The Ivy League Club of Sarasota and Manatee Counties (February 2013)

"Economic Crisis as a Crisis of Political Economy."  Foundation for Economic Education, Second Annual Winter Freedom Academy (February 2013)

"Nostalgia Ain't What It Used to Be:  An Economist Gazes into the Future."  Rotary Club of Fort Myers (December 2012)

"France's Fifth Republic at Fifty:  Plebiscitarian Caesarism from Descartes to Rousseau." University of Paris School of Law (Paris II, Panthéon-Assas) (November 2012)

"Interest Rates, Caffeine and Fuzzy Signals:  Making Sense of the Recession." Students for Liberty, Southeastern Regional Conference (October 2012) 

"Income Disparity:  From Crony Capitalism to Free Markets."  All Faiths Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fort Myers, FL (July 2012)

"The Marketplace of Ideas:  Why the Free Market Generates Virtue Better Than Government." Libertarian Party of Collier County, Florida (May 2012)

"Constitutional Constraint and Government Mischief."  Freedom and Virtue Institute, (May 2012)

"Reflections on the Euro Zone."  European-American Network of SW Florida (April 2012)

"Constitutional Constraint and Government Mischief."  Foundation for Economic Education, Winter Freedom Academy, (February 2012)

"Crisis, Recovery, and the Microfoundations of Macroeconomics."  University of Alaska-Fairbanks (December 2011)

Guest lecturer, Universidad Francisco Marroquin (September 2011); led two student seminars and one faculty/administration seminar

"NAFTA and the Fall of the PRI."  San Jose State University (July 2010)

"Regulation, Bailouts and Institutions:  The Dynamics of Intervention and Prospects for Long-Run Recovery."  University of Detroit Mercy (February 2010)

"Regime Change and Constitutional Transfer:  From Argentina to Iraq."  University of Alaska-Fairbanks (November 2009)

"Interest Rates, Caffeine and Fuzzy Signals:  Making Sense of the Recession."  University of Alaska- Fairbanks (November 2009)

"Parchment, Guns and Constitutional Order:  An Introduction to Constitutional Political Economy."  Michigan State University, College of Law (October 2009)

"Parchment, Guns and Constitutional Order:  An Introduction to Constitutional Political Economy."  University of Alaska-Fairbanks (May 2009)

"Matching the Formal and the Informal:  Constitutional Culture, Constitutional Parchment and Constitutional Failure."  Cumberland Law School, Samford University (November 2007)

"The Knowledge Problem:  Globalization as a Dynamic Process."  First Annual Jean-Baptiste Say Lecture, ESCP-EAP European School of Business, London (July 2007)

"Which Enlightenment?  Exploring the Philosophical Foundations of Franco-American Differences in Civil Society and Governance."  Institut de Formation Politique (July 2005, July 2006 and July 2009)