Sandy Ikeda is an Associate Professor of Economics at Purchase College of the State University of New York and a Visiting Scholar and Research Associate at New York University. He has lectured in North America, Europe, and Japan, and has published in Forbes and National Review Online, while his scholarly publications have appeared in The Southern Economic Journal, The Review of Austrian Economics, Environmental Politics, The Independent Review, and Journal des Economistes et des Etudes Humaines.
In addition, he has published a book, Dynamics of the Mixed Economy (Routledge) and has contributed entries for The International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences (on Robert Moses) and for The Encyclopedia of Libertarianism (on Jane Jacobs, rent seeking, and interventionism). He currently writes a fortnightly column “Wabi-sabi” for TheFreemanOnline. Dr. Ikeda’s current research is on the relation between cities, social cooperation, and entrepreneurial development.”