William J. Luther is the Director of AIER’s Sound Cash Mission and an Affiliate Professor of Economics at Florida Atlantic College. His analysis focuses totally on questions of forex acceptance. He has revealed articles in main scholarly journals, together with Journal of Financial Conduct & Group, Financial Inquiry, Journal of Institutional Economics, Public Selection, and Quarterly Evaluation of Economics and Finance. His standard writings have appeared in The Economist, Forbes, and U.S. Information & World Report. His work has been featured by main media retailers, together with NPR, Wall Road Journal, The Guardian, TIME Journal, Nationwide Evaluation, Fox Nation, and VICE Information.
Luther earned his M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics at George Mason College and his B.A. in Economics at Capital College. He was an AIER Summer season Fellowship Program participant in 2010 and 2011.
“Money, Crime, and Cryptocurrencies.” Co-authored with Joshua R. Hendrickson. The Quarterly Evaluation of Economics and Finance (Forthcoming).
“Central Financial institution Independence and the Federal Reserve’s New Working Regime.” Co-authored with Jerry L. Jordan. Quarterly Evaluation of Economics and Finance (Might 2022).
“The Federal Reserve’s Response to the COVID-19 Contraction: An Preliminary Appraisal.” Co-authored with Nicolas Cachanosky, Bryan Cutsinger, Thomas L. Hogan, and Alexander W. Salter. Southern Financial Journal (March 2021).
“Is Bitcoin Cash? And What That Means.”Co-authored with Peter Ok. Hazlett. Quarterly Evaluation of Economics and Finance (August 2020).
“Is Bitcoin a Decentralized Cost Mechanism?” Co-authored with Sean Stein Smith. Journal of Institutional Economics (March 2020).
“Endogenous Matching and Cash with Random Consumption Preferences.” Co-authored with Thomas L. Hogan. B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics (June 2019).
“Adaptation and Central Banking.” Co-authored with Alexander W. Salter. Public Selection (January 2019).
“Getting Off the Floor: The Case of Bitcoin.” Journal of Institutional Economics (2019).
“Banning Bitcoin.” Co-authored with Joshua R. Hendrickson. Journal of Financial Conduct & Group (2017).
“Bitcoin and the Bailout.” Co-authored with Alexander W. Salter. Quarterly Evaluation of Economics and Finance (2017).
“The Political Economic system of Bitcoin.” Co-authored with Joshua R. Hendrickson and Thomas L. Hogan. Financial Inquiry (2016).
“Cryptocurrencies, Community Results, and Switching Prices.” Modern Financial Coverage (2016).
“Positively Valued Fiat Cash after the Sovereign Disappears: The Case of Somalia.” Co-authored with Lawrence H. White. Evaluation of Behavioral Economics (2016).
“The Financial Mechanism of Stateless Somalia.” Public Selection (2015).
Books by William J. Luther