Paul Mueller, Ph.D. CRCD Fellow

Paul Mueller is an associate professor of economics at The King’s College in Manhattan. He has published articles in a variety of journals from the Adam Smith Review to the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization to The Review of Austrian Economics. Dr. Mueller has written a book on the 2008 Financial Crisis published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing. His work has also appeared in popular outlets like USA Today, Fox News, and The Hill. Dr. Mueller lives in Leadville, CO with his wife and five children and owns a bed and breakfast called The Abbey.

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