Walter E. Williams is the John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason University. He also writes newspaper columns that are distributed through Creators Syndicate and he is an occasional guest host for the Rush Limbaugh Show.
Prof. Williams earned a B.A. in economics from Cal State-Los Angeles. He earned his M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from UCLA, where he studied under Armen Alchian.
Before coming to George Mason, Prof. Williams was on the faculties of Los Angeles City College, California State-Los Angeles, Temple University, and Grove City College.
A short biography for Prof. Williams can be found here:.
For the past several years at George Mason, Prof. Williams has taught the first-semester core microeconomics course for Ph.D. students (Econ 811) and the intermediate microeconomics course for undergraduates (Econ 306). This Wikia is intended to provide study help for students taking those courses.
WEW Econ 811 (Ph.D. core curriculum first-semester course in microeconomic theory)
WEW Econ 306 (Undergraduate-level intermediate microeconomic theory)
- Sydicated Column at Townhall.com
- Introduction to Frédéric Bastiat's The Law
- Columns at Capitalism Magazine
- “The Argument for Free Markets: Morality vs. Efficiency,” The Cato Journal 15, no. 2-3 (Fall/Winter 1996)