Karl Boulware

Dr. Angelino Viceisza
Karl Boulware is an Associate Professor of Economics at Wesleyan University. He is an applied macroeconomist who studies macroeconomic aspects of racial inequality. His recent research addresses topics such as racial wealth stratification and the frequency of discrimination charges over the business cycle. Past work has explored how time inconsistent preferences by individuals can lead to undersaving and underinvestment in human capital in the aggregate. Dr. Boulware’s work has appeared in journals such as Empirical Economics, Economics Letters, Economics Bulletin, and AEA Papers and Proceedings. At Wesleyan, Professor Boulware teaches courses on intermediate macroeconomics, introductory econometrics, financial crises, and the monetary transmission mechanism.