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Bryan J. Snyder

Senior Lecturer, Economics
MA, New School for Social Research, 1988
BA, Kenyon College, 1981
Office: Adamian Academic Center 274 | 781.891._2446 | bsnyder@bentley.edu
                       


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Bio

Professor Snyder is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Economics at Bentley University. His teaching interests cover a wide scope of economics, economic history, the history of economic thought, urban& regional economics, environmental economics and political economy.

Teaching Interests

Principles of Macroeconomics Principles of Microeconomics Urban & Regional Economics Environmental Economics History of Economic Thought Comparative Economics (Modern Economic Systems) Development and Trade Economics Industrial Organization & Public Finance Political Economy

Research Interests

Globalization; Income & Employment issues; Environmental Economics; Political Economy; Economic History; Current economic issues

Consulting/Practice Interests

Economics Education; Rates & Regulation; Market Development; Environmental Economics

Awards and Honors


Publications

Edited Volumes
Reuss, A, Rosero, L, Snyder, B. J, Sturr, C. (Ed.). (2017). Real World Macro 34th edition. In Reuss, Rosero, Snyder, Sturr (Eds.),  (pp. 335). Boston: Dollars & Sense (link)


Larson, R, Reuss, A, Snyder, B. J, Sturr, C. (Ed.). (2017). Real World Micro 24th edition. In Larsen, Reuss, Snyder,Sturr (Eds.),  (pp. 370). Boston: Dollars & Sense (link)


Conference Proceeding(s)
Szymanski, D. W., Oches, E. A., Snyder, B. J., Gulati, G. J., Davis, P. T. (2012). A Multidisciplinary Approach to Teaching Sustainability: Corn Ethanol Across the Curriculum. , Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.

Oches, E. A., Szymanski, D. W., Snyder, B. J., Gulati, G. J., Davis, P. T. (2012). Exploring Corn-Ethanol as a Complex Problem to Teach Sustainability Concepts across the Science-Business-Liberal Arts Curriculum. American Geophysical Union, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.

Conference Presentations

Snyder, B. J. (2017). "60th anniversary - remembering Jay Forester." Presented at the Systems Dynamics Society's The System Dynamics Society 35th International Conference on July 16-20, 2017 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 2017 marks the, Cambridge Massachusetts.

Gulati, G. J., Oches, E. A., Szymanski, D. W., Snyder, B. J. (2013). "Corn Ethanol Across the Curriculum: Teaching Policy Analysis in an Introductory Course for Non-Majors." Presented at the Annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

Oches, E. A., Szymanski, D. W., Snyder, B. J., Gulati, G. J., Davis, P. T. (2012). "Exploring Corn-Ethanol as a Complex Problem to Teach Sustainability Concepts across the Science-Business-Liberal Arts Curriculum." Presented at the American Geophysical Union's American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Szymanski, D. W., Oches, E. A., Snyder, B. J., Gulati, G. J., Davis, P. T. (2012). "A Multidisciplinary Approach to Teaching Sustainability: Corn Ethanol Across the Curriculum." Presented at the Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC.

Artistic and Professional Performances and Exhibits

Baccalaureate Address to the Graduating Class of 2016 (2016) - I delivered the Baccalaureate Address to the Graduating Class of 2016 in front of a full tent of graduating Seniors, their families and friends. I didn't disappoint. It's hard to make "economics jokes" work for a general audience...so I had to be light on my feet with the material.

Service

Department Service
Faculty Advisor, 2010
Coordinator, 2010
Supervisor, 2017 - 2017

Professional Service
Editorial Board for Dollars & Sense, 2005

Public Service
Faculty Advisor for Sigma Pi, 2015