M. Gray Hunter

Senior Lecturer of Economics
Academic Director, MS Business Analytics Program
Pre-Business Statistics Coordinator
M. Gray Hunter

McClelland Hall 430NN
1130 East Helen Street 
P.O. Box 210108 
Tucson, Arizona 85721-0108

Areas of Expertise

Economics of education
Labor Economics
Public economics

M. Gray Hunter is a Lecturer of Economics in the Eller College of Management at University of Arizona. He earned a Doctorate in Economics from the University of Kentucky in 2017. He teaches courses in Statistics, Business Analytics, Intermediate Microeconomics and Macroeconomics, and the Economics of Sports. He has twice been named instructor of the year for his large lecture courses. His research interests are in Public and Labor Economics with an emphasis on educational expectations and workforce preparedness. He has published his own textbook on Business Analytics, presented at various conferences, and has led several small seminars for various private firms.


  • BNAN 277 – Analytical Methods in Business (24 Sections)
  • MGMT 562 – Applied Business Statistics for FT MBAs and Executive MBAs (5 Sections)
  • MIS 502 – Technical Foundations of Business Analytics – Statistics Portion of MSBA (2 Sections)
  • BNAD 596B – Economic and Business Reasoning with Data for PMBA (1 Sections)
  • ECON 361 – Intermediate Microeconomics for Economics Majors (1 Section)
  • MGMT 359 – The Economics of Sports (1 Section – Abroad) 
  • ECON 330 – Macroeconomic and Global Institutions and Policy (1 Section)


  • PhD in Economics, University of Kentucky, 2017