Jonathan Schulz is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at George Mason University as well as a visiting scholar at Stanford University. Schulz is also Co-PI of the interdisciplinary Historical Psychology Project. The project investigates the role of kinship for psychological, political and economic outcomes. His research and work focuses on Cultural Evolution, Economic History and Behavioural and Experimental Economics. Schulz’s work has been published and discussed in major newspapers such as the Washington Post, the New York Times and the Wallstreet Journal.