2012 University of Central Florida, B.A.
2017 University of South Florida, M.A.
Stephen Farrington's career specialties include mergers and acquisitions, business cycle theory, money and banking, Austrian economics and history of economic thought.
Farrington's publications include The Effect of the Cost of Obstetric Care on Antenatal and Postnatal Healthcare Utilization: Evidence from Armenia; More and None? Children and Parental Well-Being: A Bimodal Outcome from an Instrumental Variable Approach.
His working papers include The Acquisition Discount: New Evidence; Killer Acquisitions: External Validity; Political Uncertainty and Acquisitions: Solving the Disagreement.
Farrington has been an active participant in the permaculture and edible landscaping movements as well as membership in the Tampa Bay Rare Fruit Council.
Ludwig von Mises Institute Mundliche Prufung; Institute for Humane Studies Colloquium participant on the origins of capitalism; Duke Center for the History of Political Economy insitute participant