Raymond J. March, Ph.D.
Raymond March is a faculty fellow at the NDSU Center for the Study of Public Choice and Private Enterprise (PCPE) and an assistant professor in the NDSU Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics. He teaches courses in microeconomics, the history of economic thought, and health economics. His research examines the public and private provision and governance of health care in the United States, particularly in pharmaceutical markets. His research has appeared in Research Policy, Journal of Institutional Economics, International Review of Economics, Journal of Health Care and Finance, and other academic publications. He has published articles in the Washington Examiner, The Hill, Real Clear Health, Sun Sentinel, and elsewhere.
Raymond is also a research fellow at the Independent Institute and the director of FDAReview.org, an educational research and communications project on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). He regularly blogs on health policy at The Beacon.
Raymond resides in Fargo with his wife, Amy, daughter Tinsley, son Grant, and two ill-behaved cats.
|Ph.D. Agricultural and Applied Economics, Texas Tech University, 2017|
|M.A. Agricultural and Applied Economics, Texas Tech University, 2014|
|B.S. Economics and Business Management, Florida Gulf Coast University, 2012|
|Office: Barry Hall 402|