Hey, I’m Cameron Harwick. This is the part where I’m supposed to tell you I’m passionate. Instead, I’d like to let my writing stand for itself.
I live in Fairfax, where I study economics at George Mason University. On the blog you’ll find mainly economics (of an austrian-sympathetic variety), along with a smattering of theology (reformed-evangelical), political philosophy (right-wing liberalism), epistemology (cognitivist Kantianism), and culture (curmudgeonism). But rather than summarize any further, I’ll direct you to the Best of the Blog section below.
The blog is a way for me to hammer inchoate thoughts into concrete form. It also serves as source material for future writing. Posts are marked with a color, depending on their state of completion. Most start out in the middle, are demoted as they age, and promoted as I edit them.
If you only read a few of the posts here, make it these:
|A business cycle account centering on the dynamics of asset bubbles||It matters where you inject new money, and financial markets are best||The Cambridge Capital Controversy wasn’t kind to prewar capital theories|
|Why it’s nonsensical to think of God as a dictator||Why cryptocurrency is more like gold than paper, and what that suggests about the prospects for stabilization||Reconciling the Right and the Left on equality|
And finally, various facts about myself, in no particular order:
Anything else you’d like to know, and the contact form is just a click away.