Ryan Safner is a Ph.D student in economics at George Mason University. His research interests include law & economics, institutions & development, Austrian economics, political economy, behavioral economics, and cognitive science. He is a self-styled “Libertarian Emergentist.” His website is ryansafner.com.
Abhi Sivasailam is a student at the University of Missouri-Columbia pursuing undergraduate degrees in Economics, Statistics, and Mathematics. His greatest intellectual influences are Friedrich Hayek and Ronald Coase and – as such – he is particularly interested in the interaction of spontaneous orders, decentralized information, and transaction costs.
Cole Terlesky is a blogger for sporder. He is a 3rd-year B.S. student in economics at George Mason University. He use to blog at eveeconomics about the economics of the MMO EVE online. He has had a life- long fascination with spontaneous order, and video games.
Toban Wiebe is a spontaneous order enthusiast, with strong interests in evolution and economics. He is a 3rd-year student in mathematics and economics at the University of Manitoba and plans to pursue a PhD in economics. His website is tobanwiebe.com.
Will Tew is a fourth-year Classics major at the University of Florida in Gainesville. His interests include the Classical Art, the Bible, and Romanticism. Historical examples of spontaneous order intrigue him. Read his personal blog at williamtew.blogspot.com.