Publications and academic activities


1. Freedom in Contention: Social Movements and Liberal Political Economy, Lexington (2021).

2. Inequality: An Entangled Political Economy Perspective, Palgrave Macmillan (2018).

Book chapters and reference entries

1. “Blockchains: A law and economics perspective”, in Encyclopedia of Law and Economics, eds. Alain Marciano and Giovanni Battista Ramello (Springer) (2020).

2. “Ordo-liberalism as liberal politics”, in Reclaiming Liberalism, eds. David Hardwick, Leslie Marsh (Palgrave Macmillan) (2020).

3. “The Implications of Blockchain for Income Inequality”, in Blockchain Economics: Implications of Distributed Ledgers, eds. Melanie Swan, Jason Potts, Soichiro Takagi, Frank Witte and Paolo Tasca (World Scientific) (2019).

4. “The Condition of the People”, in Menzies: The Shaping of Modern Australia, ed. J. R. Nethercote (Connor Court Publishing) (2016).

5. “New Trends in the Non-Profit Sector in Australia: A Greater Involvement in Employment and Social Policies”, in The Non-Profit Sector in a Changing Economy, OECD (OECD) (2003).

Journal articles

1. “Conceptions of utopia in modern liberal thought: Is there a liberal utopia?”, Utopian Studies 33 (1): 144-160 (2022).

2. “Entangled Political Economy of the Covid-19 Pandemic”, Cosmos + Taxis 9 (5-6): 81-93 (2021).

3. “Social innovation and Austrian economics: Exploring the gains from intellectual trade”, Review of Austrian Economics 34 (1): 129-147 (2021).

4. “The Cryptoeconomics of Cities, Data and Space”, Cosmos + Taxis 8 (8-9): 117-129 (with Darcy Allen, Chris Berg, Kiersten Jowett and Jason Potts) (2020).

5. “Crypto-friendliness: Understanding blockchain public policy”, Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy 9 (2): 165-184 (2020).

6. “Blockchains and Constitutional Catallaxy”, Constitutional Political Economy 31 (2): 188-204 (with Alastair Berg and Chris Berg) (2020).

7. “Blockchains: Less government, more market”, Journal of Private Enterprise 35 (2): 1-21 (with Alastair Berg and Brendan Markey-Towler) (2020).

8. “Introduction to Symposium on Peter Boettke’s F. A. Hayek: Economics, Political Economy and Social Philosophy”, Cosmos+Taxis 7 (5-6): 1-4 (2020).

9. “Blockchains Evolving: Institutional and Evolutionary Economics Perspectives”, Research Policy 49 (1) (Art. 103865) (with Darcy Allen, Chris Berg, Brendan Markey-Towler and Jason Potts) (2020).

10. “Climate change: What should liberals do”, Schmollers Jahrbuch/Journal of Contextual Economics 139 (2-4): 325-347 (2019).

11. “Economics of Blockchain Technology: Introduction to the Special Section” Economic Papers 39 (2): 101-103 (with Ashton de Silva) (2019).

12. “International policy coordination for blockchain supply chains”, Asia & The Pacific Policy Studies 6 (3): 367-380 (with Darcy Allen, Chris Berg, Sinclair Davidson and Jason Potts) (2019).

13. “Toward a crypto-friendly index for the APEC region”, Journal of the British Blockchain Association 2 (1): 39-45 (with Anastasia Pochesneva) (2019).

14. “Reflecting upon Inequality: An Entangled Political Economy Perspective”, Cosmos+Taxis 6 (5): 39-48 (2019).

15. “Blockchain: an entangled political economy approach”, Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice 33 (2): 105-125 (with Darcy Allen and Chris Berg) (2018).

16. “Property Rights in an Entangled Political Economy”, Journal des Economistes et etudes Humaines 24 (1) (2018).

17. “The Cost of Trust: A Pilot Study”, Journal of the British Blockchain Association 1 (2): 1-7 (with Sinclair Davidson and Jason Potts) (2018).

18. “Civil Society as a Complex Adaptive Phenomenon”, Cosmos+Taxis 5 (3-4): 3-13 (2018).

19. “Deirdre McCloskey, Kirznerian Growth and The Role of Social Networks: Comment”, Economic Affairs 36 (2): 217-220 (2016).

Book reviews

1. .”Nick Cowen Neoliberal Social Justice: Rawls Unveiled“, Public Choice 190 (1-2): 255-258 (2022).

2. “Sean Irving Hayek’s Market Republicanism: The Limits of Liberty“, Cosmos + Taxis 9 (7+8): 60-68 (2021).

3. “Carl Benedikt Frey The Technology Trap: Capital, Labor, and Power in the Age of Automation”, Economic Record 95 (311): 520-522 (2019).

4. “Ben Cobley The Tribe: The Liberal-Left and the System of Diversity”, Cosmos+Taxis 6 (1+2): 88-96 (2018).

5. “Richard E. Wagner Politics as a Peculiar Business: Insights from a Theory of Entangled Political Economy”, Cato Journal 37 (1): 179-184 (2017).

Academic presentations

1. “Dramaturgical Wagner”, (November 2021), Entangled Political Economy Research Network.

2. “Conceptions of Utopia in Liberal Thought”, (November 2020), Australian Research Network for Utopian Studies.

3. “Ostromian Social Movements”, (November 2020), Arizona State University, Center for the Study of Economic Liberty, Voluntary Governance Conference.

4. “Social Movements and Liberal Political Economy”, (October 2020), Institute for Humane Studies.

5. “RMIT approach to blockchain empirical science”, (April 2019), “Foundations of Blockchain Empirical Science” Workshop, RMIT University.

6. “From Industry Associations to Ecosystem Associations: Blockchain, Interest Groups and Public Choice”, (December 2018), Australasian Public Choice Society Conference, RMIT University (with Chris Berg, Jason Potts and Stuart Thomas).

7. “The cost of trust”, (October 2018), Australian Academy of the Humanities “Trust and Its Discontents” Workshop, RMIT University.

8. “Crypto-altruism: Some economic considerations”, (August 2018), “Blockchain and Philanthropy” Workshop, RMIT University.

Professional editorial activities

1. Editor, Special Issue of Cosmos+Taxis (“Symposium on Prof. Peter Boettke’s F. A. Hayek: Economics, Political Economy and Social Philosophy”) 7 (5-6) (2020).

2. Co-editor, Special Section of Economic Papers (“Economics of Blockchain Technology”) (with Rachel Ong Viforj and Ashton de Silva) 39 (2) (2019).

3. Contributing Editorial Board Member, Cosmos+Taxis.


Cosmos+Taxis; Journal of Institutional EconomicsReview of Austrian EconomicsJournal of Economic Issues; Information Polity; European Journal of Law and Economics; Journal of Contextual Economics (Schmollers Jahrbuch); Journal of Private Enterprise; Journal of Digital Social Research; Palgrave Macmillan publishing; Routledge publishing; Utah State University Center for Growth and Opportunity working paper series.

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