The bio below comes from a published article and may now be dated.
Fred E. Foldvary obtained his Ph.D. at George Mason University and teaches economics at Santa Clara University, California. He also writes a column as senior editor for The Progress Report online journal, www.progress.org, and at SCU is an associate of the Civil Society Institute. He won the Atlas Foundation’s Antony Fisher International Memorial Award in 1995 and was first-place winner in 1992 of the Community Associations Institute Research Foundation’s Award of Excellence. Foldvary’s main areas of research include public finance, public choice, social ethics, and the economics of real estate. His books include Soul of Liberty, Beyond Neoclassical Economics, Public Goods and Private Communities, Dictionary of Free-Market Economics, and (co-edited) The Half-Life of Policy Rationales.