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Gene Epstein (born 1944) is an American economics editor. He writes the column "Economic Beat" at Barron's Magazine. He calls himself a follower of the Austrian School and is an associated scholar at the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama.
Epstein earned a BA from Brandeis University and an MA in economics from the New School. He taught economics at St. John’s University and the City University of New York. He wrote a book called Making Money in Commodities in 1976 and later worked as a senior economist for the New York Stock Exchange.
In 1993 he became economics editor and columnist of "Economic Beat" for Barron's Magazine.
- Epstein: I noticed a book called Man, Economy, and State by Murray Rothbard in the library of the New School. I browsed through it briefly, then bought it. I read it and began to get excited about economic science, realizing that I was an Austrian. The Austrian Economics Newsletter (Summer 2000). "Austrian Watchdog at Barron's: An Interview with Gene Epstein", Volume 20, Number 2
- "Senior Fellows, Faculty Members, and Staff." Mises.org
- ISBN 978-0275226206
- Leading Authorities: Gene Epstein
- Marginal Revolution: Econospinning