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Virgil Storr

George Mason University

Virgil Storr is associate professor of economics at George Mason University and vice president of academic and student programs at the Mercatus Center. Storr’s research focuses on the social and moral aspects of markets, the challenges of community recovery after disasters, how culture affects economic activity, and the social and economic history of the Bahamas. He is the author of several books, most recently Do Markets Corrupt Our Morals? with Ginny Seung Choi.

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