Caspar is a sporadically motivated writer with a master’s in economics and a drive to disprove everything he believed three years prior. His interests include immigration, labor markets, cronyism, and methodology, and he takes great joy in bedeviling others with incessant subjectivist objections. Among his intellectual influences are Frédéric Bastiat, Max Stirner, and H. L. Mencken.
Outside of his academic interests, Caspar takes pleasure in observing and partaking in Internet culture. He spends his free time target shooting, listening to ’90s rave music, and overinvesting emotional capital in professional sports. Follow him on Twitter @kreativenothing.