Ibn Khaldun was a prominent 14th-century historian famous for being the precursor or even founder, according to some historians, of the social sciences.
Yahya is a George Mason University recent graduate in Economics with a focus in Public Choice, Institutions, and Economic History. He is also a Schumpeter Fellow at the Mercatus Center and a Research Fellow at the Center for Non-Violence and Peace studies. He is currently a Graduate Fellow in Mercatus Center’s F.A. Hayel Program.