Daniel J. Smith

Daniel J. Smith

Assistant Professor of Economics
Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy at Troy University

Daniel J. Smith is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy at Troy University and an Adjunct Scholar at the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. He received his PhD in Economics from George Mason University in 2011 and a BBA in Economics, Banking & Finance and Business Management from Northwood University in 2007.

Videos

The Price System, Part 2: Profits & Losses

What is the social function of profits and losses? As Prof. Daniel J. Smith of Troy University describes, they provide an incentive for people to follow the information provided by…

The Price System, Part 1: Information

Why are prices important? Prof. Daniel J. Smith of Troy University describes the role that prices play in generating, gathering, and transmitting information throughout the economy. Information about the supply…