Hal Snarr, Ph.DFull-Time Faculty
Office Location: Gore 105
Office Hours: MW 04:00PM 05:30PM,TTh 05:15PM 06:00PM
Ph.D. Washington State University
B.S. Idaho State University
B.S. Regent's American College London
Dr. Snarr currently teaches business quantitative methods courses, money and banking,
macroeconomic principles and MBA economics and data analysis. He has taught a variety
of other courses at Idaho State University, Washington State University, Duke University
and North Carolina A&T State University, including college algebra, microeconomic
principles, macroeconomic principles, sports economics, intermediate microeconomic
theory, elementary business statistics, advanced business statistics, labor economics,
mathematical economics, econometrics, money and banking and calculus-based microeconomics.
Snarr enjoys being in the classroom, experimenting with innovative teaching techniques,
producing instructional YouTube videos for his highly regarded channel, The Snarr
Institute, conducting & publishing research articles, and writing articles for periodicals
like the Mises Daily.
Snarr is an active scholar who follows the advice of Mark Twain and Jennifer Egan:
“write what you know” or “what you are curious to find out.” He studies the effects
of government policy on employment, migration, fertility and participation in public
assistance programs. He is skilled at Stata, and uses it to construct panel datasets
from the Current Population Survey and policy variables that he codes from various
public sources. Snarr recently published his 14th peer-reviewed article, two macroeconomic
books, an article in the Mises Daily, and is finishing two books on labor economics.
He enjoys sharing his research findings, insights, and policy recommendations in community
forums, and newspaper and radio interviews. Snarr is known as Shooting Snarr on Chicago’s
Stocks and Jocks morning talk radio show.
Snarr enjoys watching the news and movies with his wife, a good debate, and, most importantly, spending time and traveling with his family. He is married to a first generation Haitian-American from Brooklyn, NY, who is currently an economics major at Westminster College. They are the parents of a seven-year-old boy who loves to teach his triplet siblings about alphabets, numbers and shapes.
Areas of Expertise
Banking, macroeconomic principles, business statistics, and economics. His research includes studies on how anti-poverty policy and economic freedom affect employment, marriage, fertility, migration, dependency, and poverty