Adam S. Hyde is an economist with research interests in Public Policy, Labor Markets, and Industrial Organization, particularly in regard to Health and Healthcare. He earned his AB in Economics from Franklin and Marshall College and his PhD in Economics from the University of Virginia. Follow the links to find out more about my Research and Teaching.
Dr. Hyde joined the University of Notre Dame faculty in 2020 and teaches courses in economics and ethics at the Mendoza College of Business. Dr. Hyde has previously served as an assistant professor and as research director of the Eudaimonia Institute at Wake Forest University. While at Wake Forest University he won multiple awards for teaching undergraduate and graduate business students, including an Ideas Worth Teaching award from the Aspen Institute’s Business and Society Program.