Nathanael Snow

Assistant Professor of Economics

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 Curriculum Vitae


Nathanael Snow is Assistant Professor of Economics at Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, Indiana, where he teaches Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Law and Economics, and the History of Economic Thought. Mr. Snow is a graduate of North Carolina State University (B.A. in Economics) and George Mason University (M.A. in Economics). He is completing a Ph.D. in Economics at George Mason University. 


Mr. Snow’s research interests include public choice economics, the history of economic thought, law and economics, industrial organization, and the economics of religion. Past research includes co-authored studies on the effect of foreign direct investment abroad on domestic employment, and the rapid growth of large firms over sustained periods of time in India and China, Additionally, Mr. Snow has provided economic consulting services on matters concerning international intellectual property enforcement, smart-grid technology development, standard essential patent infringement in smartphones, and international pay-TV competition. His dissertation research investigates the political economy of religious institutions through a public choice lens.


  • Ph.D. (ABD) - Economics
    George Mason University
  • M.A. - Economics
    2010, George Mason University
  • B.A. - Economics
    2008, North Carolina State University
Indiana Wesleyan University
4201 S. Washington St.
Marion, IN 46953