Lamson Lectures

The annual Lamson Lecture was initiated by the Economics Department in honor of Professor George Lamson, a longtime colleague and friend, who died unexpectedly in China in 2002. His devotion to his students was extraordinary and he followed their careers with interest over the years. The Lamson Lecturers are Carleton economics alums who have gone on to make significant contributions to the field and to society.

2016 Lamson Lecture

Friday, October 21, 4-5pm, Library Athenaeum

"The Challenge of Taxing Multinational Firms in a Global Economy"

by Kimberly Clausing '91,  Thormund A. Miller and Walter Mintz Professor of Economics, Reed College

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    2016 Lamson Lecture

    "The Challenge of Taxing Multinational Firms in a Global Economy": A lecture by Kimberly Clausing '91, Thormund A. Miller and Walter Mintz Professor of Economics, Reed College

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