Ph.D., economics, and M.A., public policy, The University of Chicago
Summary of Experience
Professor Snyder is an industrial organization economist with expertise in antitrust policy and enforcement, contracting practices, financial institutions, and law and economics. He has served as a testifying expert in high-profile antitrust cases as well as consequential class certification matters. Professor Snyder began his professional career as an economist with the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. He has written extensively on topics related to antitrust enforcement and policy, and his articles have appeared in a range of publications, including the Journal of Law & Economics, the Michigan Law Review, and The Oxford Handbook of International Antitrust Economics. As dean of the Yale School of Management, he has overall responsibility for the school's academic programs and finances. Prior to joining Yale, Professor Snyder was dean of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and George P. Shultz Professor of Economics.
Pierre Y. Cremieux