Alexander C. Cartwright is assistant professor of economics in the College of Business at Ferris State University. Professor Cartwright's research interests include public choice, constitutional economics, Austrian economics and behavioral law & economics. He is particularly interested in the political implications of behavioral economics, the relationship between regulation and black markets, and police behavior. His research has appeared in the Chronicle of Higher Education, Public Choice, Advances in Austrian Economics, The Journal of Libertarian Studies, The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, The New York University Journal of Law and Liberty, Public Finance and Administration and The Cambridge Journal of Economics. Outside of academia, Prof. Cartwright is an active entrepreneur with ventures in the FinTech and Real estate space. Cartwright received his M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from George Mason University and his B.S. in mathematical economics from Hampden-Sydney College.