“Maybe the most interesting aspect of the strategy is that it works insofar as the invocation of the border adjustment tax actually does give the president more leverage.”
Three government professors weigh in with their thoughts on how a Trump presidency might affect the way they teach some US politics classes.
The investment strategist visited Bowdoin earlier this week where he met with students and faculty to discuss a range of economy-related issues.
Assistant Professor of Economics Gonca Senel asked her students to weigh in on some of the key issues relating to free trade that policymakers in the US and beyond are dealing with at the moment.
In a new analysis of US carbon-offset programs that reward farmers for reforesting their farmland, Assistant Professor of Economics Erik Nelson finds that the programs are not enticing enough orchard farmers in Northern California to switch from fruit production to carbon production. These programs are designed to help mitigate climate change.
In a letter to the Bowdoin community, President Clayton Rose remembers William D. Shipman, Bowdoin’s Adams-Catlin Professor of Economics Emeritus, who died April 10, 2016, at the age of 90.
Bowdoin senior and economics major Lucas Hausman, of Westport, Conn., has been named First Team Academic All-America by the College Sports Information Directors Association.
At its recent meeting in Boston (February 4-6, 2016), the Bowdoin College Board of Trustees promoted seven faculty members to tenured positions.
The following is a complete list of new Bowdoin classes as they are described in the course catalog, plus comment from the faculty teaching the course.