Peter St Onge is a research fellow in economic policy at The Heritage Foundation. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from George Mason University, and a B.A. in Economics and Political Science from McGill University.
Before joining the Heritage Foundation, Peter was a fellow at the Mises Institute, a senior fellow at the Montreal Economic Institute, and an assistant professor of International Trade and of Marketing at Taiwan’s Feng Chia University. Before academia, he held senior strategy and marketing positions at Harris Corporation of Florida and Takara Toys, Ltd. of Japan. He has lived extensively in Mexico, Brazil, Canada, Japan, and Taiwan, and speaks fluent Spanish, French, Japanese, and is conversational in Mandarin.
Peter’s papers have been published by the Independent Journal, The Heritage Foundation, and the Montreal Economic Institute. His articles on economics and finance have been published in the Wall Street Journal, the Globe and Mail, the Financial Post, Business Insider, Bloomberg, the Mises Institute, Coindesk, and Zerohedge. He has presented papers at the Association of Private Enterprise Education, International Conference on Business and Information, American Marketing Association Marketing Educators’ Conference and the Austrian Economics Research Conference. He has published book chapters in “Ronald Coase: Academic Contributions” (NTU Press, 2013), “Handbook of East Asia Entrepreneurship” (Routledge, 2014), and “No Choice, No Exit” (Heritage Foundation, 2020).
Peter hails from sunny Philadelphia, and lived as a child in West Germany and Japan.