Hey there! I’m a writer, economics consultant, amateur political theorist, and thinker. Read on if you care to know more.
If you’re looking for the website of Austin Hooe — writer, thinker, etc. — then you’re in the right place. If you just happened to stumble upon this page by a stroke of luck, feel free to stick around and get comfortable. This website will be dedicated to my thoughts, news that I find interesting, and my freelance writing services. In an effort to gain some rapport with all of you patient readers, I’ll introduce myself.
This is not my CV, but I feel that you should know about my writing background if you ever wish to hire my services.
I started writing at a very young age. As early as the age of nine, I was writing stories about fictional worlds and mythical creatures. While I’m sure these works of fiction were no major feats, the habit of writing regularly allowed me to consistently improve to a professional level by the time I finished high school. When I entered university, I paid for my tuition by writing for Textbroker. After a couple of years of writing for Textbroker, I was promoted to the status of ‘5-star writer’. I continue to write as a freelance writer and research consultant. Feel free to reach out to me if you think my services could benefit you or your company.
I earned a B.S. in economics at George Mason University in Virginia. People that limit their education to formal institutions are fools; life is a constant lecture that involves us pushing our limits and learning from the process. To feed my innate love for learning, I travel the world, read books from all subjects, and talk to all kinds of people. If you follow my posts on this website, I will be sure to tell you all about my quest for learning about the world and its inhabitants.
As I hinted at above, I enjoy anything related to ideas and new experiences. The topics that humans are unsure about are usually my favorites. Space, philosophy, anthropology, economics, literature, human nature, and innovation are all topics that stimulate my mind and soul.
In my free time, I write many stories and research various social science topics. I also read (fiction and nonfiction), run marathons, and play games.
Thanks for reading, and if you have any questions or comments, just shout at me. Cheers!
- How Interaction Can Promote Cooperation (blog series and book)
- Book reviews