About The Author

About The Author

Hey, I’m Cameron Harwick. I’m a monetary economist.

I live in Fairfax, where I study economics at George Mason University. You can get an overview of my broad-level perspective on things in the Framework post – or dive into my polished writing (research), in-progress writing (blog), and stray thoughts (Twitter).

Blog 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.


Miscellaneous facts about myself in no particular order:

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Hi, I'm C. Harwick, an economics PhD candidate in Virginia with an interest in monetary theory, institutional evolution, and folk music.

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    • Nov2022:00
      @KevinSimler What kinds of innovations improve the terms of the tradeoff? And how would you distinguish them from innovations that simply move along an existing tradeoff?

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    • Nov1818:15
      On the use and misuse of Wittgenstein: his remarks on language are more properly about the language *faculty*, which is important because otherwise you get sucked into defunct linguistic theories. cameronharwick.com/blo…


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