- Assistant Professor
- Dillard College of Business Administration
While meeting with his undergraduate advisor at the University of Central Arkansas (UCA), Andrew Holt mentioned that he was planning to teach at the high school level after graduating college. His advisor told him that he would be better suited to teach at the college level.
After graduating from UCA, he went on to obtain a master's degree at Miami University and then completed his doctoral studies at the University of Pittsburgh.
Andrew teaches Principles of Macroeconomics and History of Economic Thought. He believes the topics he covers are fascinating and aspires for every student to fall in love with economics.
Andrew's hobbies include playing golf, collecting DVDs, and reading history books.
|University of Pittsburgh||Ph.D.||2022|
|University of Central Arkansas||B.A.||2015|
|Employer||Position||Start Date||End Date|
|Midwestern State University||Assistant Professor of Economics||08/15/2022|
"Estimates of Employment Gains Attributable to Beer Legalization in Spring 1933". (with Jason Taylor, Eline Poelmans, and Samuel Raisanen). Explorations in Economic History 84 (April 2022): 101427.