- It has been proposed that this page, Foldvary, be titled, "Fred E. Foldvary".
Fred E. Foldvary teaches economics at Santa Clara University, California, and directs the school's Civil Society Institute. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from George Mason University and was a Phi Beta Kappa Honor student as a UC Berkeley undergraduate. Foldvary's main scholarly interests are public finance, real estate economics, public choice, and social ethics. He is the author of The Soul of Liberty, Public Goods and Private Communities, and Dictionary of Free Market Economics. He edited Beyond Neoclassical Economics and, with Dan Klein, The Half-Life of Policy Rationales. Public Goods and Private Communities won him the Atlas Foundation's Antony Fisher International Memorial Award in 1995, and a Chinese edition was published in 2006. Besides his numerous articles, Fred Foldvary writes a weekly column for The Progress Report  and is an associate editor of the online journal Econ Journal Watch .