Jan 5

San Diego Talk by Professor Nathan Grawe

San Diego Carleton Club Talk by Professor Nathan Grawe

Saturday, January 5th, 2013
6:30 pm / Home of David '60, P'88 and Kathryn MacKay '60, P'88 Ringrose
map of San Diego Talk by Professor Nathan Grawe

Del Mar, CA


The San Diego Carleton Club

invites you to a

Talk by Professor Nathan Grawe

Saturday, January 5, 2013, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

at the home of
David ’60, P’88 and Kathryn MacKay ’60, P’88 Ringrose
Del Mar, CA

Please join local alumni for an evening with Carleton Professor and Economist Nathan D. Grawe.  Nathan will talk about intergenerational mobility (the strength of connection between parent and child labor market outcomes like education, income, and welfare receipt):  how the US compares to other countries, potential explanations for the parent-child connection, the role education finance both in K-12 and higher education affect mobility, and how the current downturn might alter the parent-child connection.

Nathan, who has just completed a term as Associate Dean of the College, has taught courses on economics of inequality, industrial organization, and econometrics.  Much of Nathan's published research examines the effect of family background on later child achievement.  He has published several articles examining the correlation between parent and child income.

RSVP by December 29 to Ellen Cha ’96.  When you make your reservation, please indicate whether you will bring a light appetizer, dessert or drink(s) to share.

Questions?  Contact Ellen Cha.  For more information, contact the Alumni Relations Office at 800-729-2586 or



Sponsored by San Diego Carleton Club. Contact: nshabazz