Nathan D. Grawe

Professor of Economics
Department of Economics
Carleton College
ngrawe@carleton.edu

Dr. Nathan Grawe is the Ada M. Harrison Distinguished Teaching Professor of the Social Sciences at Carleton College where he has served on the faculty since 1999.  Nathan earned his BA from St. Olaf College and his MA and PhD in Economics from the University of Chicago.  His work as a labor economist studies the connections between family background and educational and labor market outcomes.   Nathan’s 2018 book, Demographics and The Demand for Higher Education (Johns Hopkins University Press) examines how recent demographic shifts are likely to affect demand for higher education. In a follow-up project, The Agile College (Johns Hopkins University Press, forthcoming), Nathan draws on interviews with higher education leaders to provide examples of how proactive institutions are grappling with demographic change.

Supplemental materials for “A Simulation of Counter-Cyclical Intervention: Some Practical Lessons,” Journal of Economic Education (2007) 38(4): 371-392.

Supplemental materials for Demographics and the Demand for Higher Education. (2018) Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Supplemental materials for The Agile College: How Institutions Successfully Navigate Demographic Changes. (2018) Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.