Michael Reksulak

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Michael Reksulak
BornMarch 18, 1972[1]
Erfurt, East Germany
🏳️ NationalityAmerican
💼 Occupation

Michael Reksulak is a German-born American economist.[2] He has served as a professor at Georgia Southern University, a program director at the National Science Foundation, and a director at the Qatar Foundation.[3] He is currently the director of online programs at the Law & Economics Center at George Mason University.[4]


Reksulak received his undergraduate degree from the University of Jena in Germany. He then studied at the University of Kent at Canterbury before moving to the University of Mississippi for an M.A. in economics. After working as a research fellow at the Max-Planck Institute of Economics, he returned to the University of Mississippi, earning a Ph.D. in economics.

Selected bibliography[edit]

  • Reksulak, Michael (2016). "Signaling for access to high-demand markets: evidence from the US motion picture industry". Journal of Cultural Economics.[1]
  • Reksulak, Michael (2009). "Antitrust public choice(s)". Public Choice.[2]
  • Reksulak, Michael (2008). "PFM Articles Search Journal Articles Inhibiting Institutional Inertia: Squaring Iron Triangles while Reforming Welfare". Public Finance and Management.[3]

In addition, he was a regular columnist at the Savannah Morning News focusing on political economy.[5]


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