Hal teaches economics and statistics, and conducts research that examines how welfare and other policies affect labor supply, marriage, fertility, migration, dependency, and poverty. He teaches six courses per academic year plus two during the summer term. He regularly teaches macroeconomic principles, business statistics, introductory regression analysis, and labor economics.
The Problem With Progressives is They Sweep Aside the Constitution, Forgetting Why It's There
Why James Eagan Holmes Should Not Be Executed
Assault Weapons Ban Will Only Spark More Shootings
An Austrian School Solution to the Problem of Fractional Reserve Banking
Too Big to Fail: How the Federal Reserve Encourages Reckless Behavior
Fractional Reserve Banking: How the Federal Reserve Strips Away Your Property Rights