Svetozar Pejovich is Professor of Economics Emeritus at Texas A&M University and Senior Research Fellow for the International Centre for Economic Research in Torino, Italy. He received his Ph.D. in economics from Georgetown University and L.L.B. from the University of Belgrade, and he has taught at St. Mary's College, University of Dallas, Ohio University, Ohio State University, University of Podgorica, Universities of Innsbruck and Linz, and Francisco Marroquin University.
Professor Pejovich's books includeThe Market-Planned Economy of Yugoslavia; Fundamentals of Economics: A Property Rights Approach; The Economics of Property Rights: Towards a Theory of Comparative Economic Systems; Economic Analysis of Institutions and Systems; Law, Informal Institutions and Economic Performance; The Economics of Property Rights (with E. Furubotn); Individual Liberty: Selected Works of W. H. Hutt (with D. Klingaman); Governmental Policies and the Free Market: The U.S. Economy in the 1970s; The Codetermination Movement in the West; Economic and Philosophical Foundations of Capitalism; Socialism: Institutional,
Philosophical and Economic Issues; The Economic Foundations of Property Rights; and The Economics of Property Rights. A contributor to numerous volumes, Professor Pejovich is the author of over 75 articles in scholarly journals.