Harrison Burge is originally from a tiny community in rural Mississippi. Throughout his early years, his favorite activity was leading adventures on his family's land with one of his little brothers in tow. He's carried this spirit of adventure and travel - sans any little brothers - forward to adult life, having lived in over seven U.S. states, from Alaska to Virginia and in-between.
His background includes experience as a military officer, management consultant, energy analyst, and economic research assistant.
He has degrees in International Relations and Sociology. While his formal education helped to develop his writing skills, school soon gave way to real learning. Self-directed study in the Austrian school of economics over several years has developed his interest in free markets, Austrian Business Cycle Theory, entrepreneurship, sound money, and investing.
His writing has been featured on The Daily Bell and the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE).
Hook Higher Profits is his first book.