Jason Snyder is an assistant professor in the Policy group at UCLA Anderson School of Management. His research interests include firm strategy, socially responsible business, and political economy. His research focuses on how ethics are transmitted within firms, how competition influences socially responsible behavior, and on how political power is passed along within families. His research is forthcoming in Management Science and The Review of Economic Studies.
Prior to joining the UCLA Anderson School of Management Professor Snyder earned his doctorate at UC Berkeley and was a post-doctoral fellow at Northwestern University.
Professor Snyder teaches the core Business Strategy course at UCLA and in the past has taught MBA students, law students, and undergraduates. While at UC Berkeley he won the Campus Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award.
In his spare time Professor Snyder enjoys bicycling, travel, playstation 3, ferrets, and Cal Football. Despite being a native of the Los Angeles area he vigorously supports the San Francisco Giants much to the chagrin of his father.
M.A. Legal Studies, 2008, Northwestern University
Ph.D. Business and Public Policy, 2006, UC Berkeley
B.A. Applied Mathematics and Economics, 2000, UC Berkeley
Strategy, Corporate Social Responsibility, Political Economy, Ethics