Nicholas A. Snow, Ph.D.

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2012 Economics George Mason University, Washington, DC 
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General Economics
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Peter J. Boettke grad student 2012 George Mason
 (Rumrunners, Hooligans, and Politicians: Essays on the Political Economy of Intervention.)
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Boettke PJ, Snow NA. (2014) Political economy and the science of association: A suggested reconstruction of public choice through the alliance of the Vienna, Virginia, and Bloomington schools of political economy Review of Austrian Economics. 27: 97-110
Thomas MD, Thomas DW, Snow NA. (2013) Rational Irrationality and the Political Process of Repeal: The Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform and the 21st Amendment Kyklos. 66: 130-152
Snow NA. (2013) Dennis M.P. McCarthy: An economic history of organized crime: a national and transnational approach Public Choice. 154: 337-340
Boettke PJ, Snow NA. (2012) The servants of Obama's machinery: F.A. Hayek's the road to serfdom revisited a reply Eastern Economic Journal. 38: 428-433
Leeson PT, Smith DJ, Snow NA. (2012) Hooligans Revue D'Economie Politique. 122: 213-231
Coyne CJ, Snow NA. (2011) War and liberty: Wisdom from leonard E. Read And F. A. 'baldy' Harper Economic Affairs. 31: 51-53
Boettke PJ, Smith DJ, Snow NA. (2011) Been there done that: The political economy of déjè vu The Global Financial Crisis: What Have We Learnt?. 14-45
Boettke PJ, Shaeffer EC, Snow NA. (2010) The context of context: The evolution of Hayek's epistemic turn in economics and politics Advances in Austrian Economics. 14: 69-86
Block W, Snow N, Stringham E. (2008) Banks, insurance companies, and discrimination Business and Society Review. 113: 403-419
Stringham EP, Snow NA. (2008) The broken trailer fallacy: Seeing the unseen effects of government policies in post-Katrina New Orleans International Journal of Social Economics. 35: 480-489
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