Posts tagged with “Economics” (All posts)

Carleton Connects: Kyle Burkhardt ’10, Eric Nyquist ’94, and the business of sports

7 December 2023

What does it take for a sport to succeed as a business? Join two alumni with nearly four decades of experience in the sports industry for a conversation on the…

Carleton sports fans cheering

Carleton Connects: Mario Small ’96 on neighborhoods, financial access, and racial inequality

25 March 2022

A distinguished scholar of social networks and urban neighborhoods discusses the financial geography of our nation and the importance of race to the accessibility of conventional banks.

headshot of event speaker

Carleton Connects: Smith, Maxbauer, and Kallas on climate change

11 December 2020

Three professors (two at Carleton and one alumnus) discuss the effects of rocks, bacteria, and politics on the future of our climate

Dan Maxbauer, Kim Smith, and Toivo Kallas

Carleton Connects: Al Montero on Understanding Cuba

5 October 2017

Learn about the history of the Cuban Revolution, the Cuban economy and its changes, and hear his perspective on current U.S.-Cuba relations.

Al Montero

Carleton Connects: Bruce Dalgaard and Sabastian Mugazambi ’17

26 April 2017

“Entrepreneurship at Carleton, Inside and Outside the Classroom”

Bruce Dalgaard and Sabastian Mugazambi '17

Carleton Connects: Nathan Grawe on Entrepreneurship at Carleton

10 February 2017

“Entrepreneurship at Carleton”

Faculty member Nathan Grawe

Carleton Connects: Brian Klaas ’08, Electoral Politics

6 October 2016

“Electoral Politics in the Post-Fact Age of Inequality”

Dr.Brian Klaas '08

Carleton Connects: Professor Kent Freeze, Political Science

14 January 2016

“Migration and Attitude Change in Contemporary China”

Kent Freeze

Carleton Connects: Professor Nathan Grawe, Economics

22 April 2015

What makes a liberal arts education a springboard to success in economics

Nathan Grawe

Carleton Connects: Prof. Annette Nierobisz, Sociology/Anthropology

14 January 2014

American Idle: Job Loss Among & Aging Americans

Professor Annette Nierobisz