Featured Faculty Experts
Cameron Shelton, a political economist, is available to discuss the Los Angeles Mansion Tax (Measure ULA imposes a 4 percent tax on property sales above $5 million, and a 5.5 percent tax on properties above $10 million beginning April 1, 2023).
He can discuss the following:
- The tax impact on apartments and commercial real estate
- The incidence of property taxes (who actually pays)
- The secondary effect on building patterns, usage, and commuting
- Effects on non-price dimensions
- Spillovers and pass-throughs on rent via apartment buildings
Angela Vossmeyer is an expert on financial crises, financial regulation, and monetary policy in the United States.
She can discuss the following:
- Bank panics and bank runs
- Federal Reserve policy responses
- The history of the Federal Reserve
- Parallels with historical episodes (e.g., the 1930s)
- Systemic risk and the financial system
- Financial stability and regulation
Manfred Keil, economics professor and co-author of a report on California Competitiveness published by the Inland Empire Economic Partnership.
Keil is available to discuss the following:
- The economic forecast for the U.S. Economy and Southern California
- Recommended structural changes the Inland Empire will need to make to remove the “First In, Last Out” stigma of business cycles
- Recommendations for reducing commuting times and traffic flows from the coastal areas to the Inland Empire
Claremont McKenna College faculty are available for media interviews on a variety of topics by arrangement and when class time and research demands permit.
Please contact Gilien Silsby, director of Media Relations, at email@example.com or (213) 500-8673.
CMC In the News
Prof. Angela Vossmeyer co-authored an op-ed for Market Watch about the risks of merging troubled banks with those that are stronger.
Fox Business interviewed Prof. Angela Vossmeyer about whether credit unions offer a safer option than traditional banks during financial turmoil…
Prof. Ken Miller was interviewed by The Economist about how Texas is increasing in population due to its affordability and opportunities…