John S. Schuler
Computational Economist and Data Scientist

Interdisciplinary Social Science
I work at the intersection of economics, statistics/ data science and agent-based modeling. I try to do my technical work with a philosophical flare. I am currently a PhD Fellow at the Mercatus Center, a PhD candidate  at George Mason University in the department of economics, and an adjunct professor of statistics and data analysis at Southern New Hampshire University's College of Online and Continuing Education. 

About Me
I have a varied educational and professional background that suits me to combined roles as scholar, teacher and practitioner. I earned my BA in liberal arts from St. John's College in 2009. I spent the following year studying pure mathematics at the University of Maryland- College Park. In addition, I worked for five years as a data analyst / risk manager at Fannie Mae. I hold a MS degree in statistics from the American University, a MA degree in economics from George Mason University and will soon complete my PhD at this same institution. I have taught at George Mason University, Washington College and Southern New Hampshire University.
Contact Me

(571) 207-5640

Department of Economics
George Mason University
4400 University Dr
Fairfax, VA 22030

I am interested in academic and industrial work; including consulting roles. Feel free to contact me with opportunities.