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Assistant Professor Economics
Cadigan has been published in Public Choice, Southern Economic Journal, Journal of Theoretical Politics, Journal of Public Economic Theory, among others. He's the recipient of the 2005 Gordon Tullock Prize for the best paper published by a young scholar in Public Choice and is the recipient of Indiana University's Lieber Associate Instructor Award and American University's DPAP Excellence in Teaching Award.
Game theory, experimental methods, political economy