Christopher Snyder
Joel Z. and Susan Hyatt Professor
Department of Economics

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Brief Bio.
Contact Information
Textbooks
Classes
Selected Publications
Current Research
Professional Activities
Curriculum Vitae (PDF file)

Brief Bio.

Christopher Snyder is the Joel Z. and Susan Hyatt Professor in the Department of Economics at Dartmouth College. He specializes in the fields of industrial organization, microeconomic theory, and law and economics. He is a Research Associate in the National Bureau of Economic Research, a Board Member and Past President of the Industrial Organization Society, and an Associate Editor for the International Industrial Organization Journal and Review of Industrial Organization. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1994.

Contact Information

Department of Economics
301 Rockefeller Hall
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH 03755

Office: 312A Silsby Hall
Phone: (603) 646-0642
Fax: (603) 646-2122
Email: chris.snyder@dartmouth.edu

Summer and fall term office hours:
by appointment.

Textbooks

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Microeconomic Theory: Basic Principles and Extensions
11th edition, copyright 2011
Co-authored by Walter Nicholson and Christopher Snyder
Published by South-Western (Cengage Learning)

A rigorous treatment of intermediate microeconomics for advanced undergraduate and masters level courses.

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Intermediate Microeconomics and its Application
12th edition, copyright 2015
Co-authored by Walter Nicholson and Christopher Snyder
Published by South-Western (Cengage Learning)

An intuitive treatment of intermediate microeconomics emphasizing concepts and real-world applications (providing a handful per chapter) over tedious mathematics.

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Recent and Upcoming Classes

  • Spring 2013:

    Econ 21---Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (syllabus)

    Econ 81---Advanced Microeconomic Theory (syllabus)

  • Winter 2014:

    Econ 25---Competition and Strategy (syllabus)

  • Spring 2014:

    Econ 81---Advanced Microeconomic Theory (syllabus)

  • Winter 2015:

    Econ 25---Competition and Strategy (past syllabus)

Selected Articles (with Links to Online Copies)

Current Research (with Links to Working Papers)

Titles of selected working papers and collaborators are listed below. Please contact me if you are interested in any of the papers not available for download here or are particularly interested in having the most recent version.

Professional Activities