Abby Hall is an Assistant Professor in Economics at the University of Tampa in Tampa, Florida and a Research Fellow with the Independent Institute.
She earned her PhD in Economics from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia in 2015.
Her broader research interests include Austrian Economics, Political Economy and Public Choice, and Peace Economics, and Institutions and Economic Development.
Her work includes topics surrounding the U.S. military and national defense, including, domestic police militarization, arm sales, weapons as foreign aid, the cost of military mobilization, and the political economy of military technology.
She is currently researching how foreign intervention adversely impacts domestic political, social, and other institutions.
You can find Abby’s research, writings and other information on her website at www.abigailrhall.com.
Saturday, 21 April 2018
Abby Hall on the boomerang effect and the militarisation of the US domestic police force
From the Economic Rockstar comes this interview with Abby Hall on the militarisation of the US domestic police force.