Meet the Faculty
Julia R. Norgaard, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Economics
- Ph.D., George Mason University, 2017
- M.A. in Economics, George Mason University, 2015
- B.A. in Economics, The University of San Diego, 2012
Julia R. Norgaard received her Ph.D. from George Mason University where she was a Ph.D. fellow at the Mercatus Center and a graduate lecturer. In 2015, she received her master's degree in economics from George Mason University. Dr. Norgaard received her B.A. in economics with a minor in mathematics from the University of San Diego in 2012. Her interests include applied microeconomics and political economy as well as law and economics and development. She has passion for both research and teaching economics.
- ECON 321 Intermediate Macroeconomics
- ECON 320 Intermediate Macroeconomics
- ECON 492 Economic Development
- ECON 492 Game Theory
- Michael and Andrea Leven Family Foundation Fellow, 2017
- Mercatus Center Ph.D. Fellowship, 2017
- Humane Studies Fellowship, 2017
- Applied Microeconomics
- Economic Development
- Law and Economics
- Political Economy
- "Club Women and the Provision of Local Public Goods," in Public Choice Analyses of American Economic History: Volume 3, Joshua Hall and Marcus Witcher, eds., forthcoming.
- Harold Walbert, James L. Caton and Julia R. Norgaard. 2018. "Countries as Agents in a Global-Scale Computational Model."Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Stimulation.
- Julia R. Norgaard, Harold Walbert, and R. August Hardy. 2018. "Shadow Markets and Hierarchies: Comparing and Modeling Networks in the Dark Net." Journal of Institutional Economics.
- Julia R. Norgaard. 2016. "Modeling the Propensity to Default on Microfinance Loans in Mali, Africa." Journal of George Mason Graduate Research. Volume 3, Issue 2.
- Julia R. Norgaard and R. August Hardy. 2015. "Reputation in the Internet black market: an empirical and theoretical analysis of the Deep Web." Journal of Institutional Economics.