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Sundberg selected as Lamson Lecturer at Carleton College

Professor of Economics Jeffrey Sundberg was honored as the Lamson Lecturer at the Carleton College Economics Department.

The Lamson Lecturers honors Carleton economics alums who have gone on to make significant contributions to the field and to society.

Sundberg, the James S. Kemper Foundation Professor of Liberal Arts and Business at Lake Forest College, presented “An Economic and Environmental Analysis of Conservation Easements” at Carleton on Tuesday, October 21.

Conservation easements are a method used to prevent future development on private land by keeping the land in active use while protecting environmental benefits the land might provide. 

Sundberg’s areas of specialization include Land Economics, Environmental Economics, Corporate Finance, and the Economics of Higher Education.