Roger Garrison

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Roger Garrison
Born 1944 (age 71–72)
Joplin, Missouri
Nationality American
Institution Auburn University
Field Macroeconomics
School or
Austrian School of Economics
Alma mater University of Virginia
University of Missouri-Kansas City
Influences Ludwig von Mises • Friedrich Hayek

Roger Wayne Garrison (born 1944) is an American professor of economics at Auburn University, and an adjunct scholar of the Ludwig von Mises Institute.

He is a proponent of the Austrian School of economics and wrote the book Time and Money, which presents a graphical framework for capital-based macroeconomics and offers a critique of Keynesian graphical analysis. Garrison received an electrical engineering degree in 1967 from the University of Missouri–Rolla and a master's degree in economics from the University of Missouri–Kansas City in 1974. Garrison received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Virginia in 1981. Garrison has lectured all over the world, including the London School of Economics.

Mark Skousen, in Vienna and Chicago refers to Garrison as "one of the premier Austrian macroeconomists today." (p. 113)

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