National Economics Bureau Profiles Research by Bowdoin Professor Zorina Khan

Professor of Economics Zorina Khan

The National Bureau of Economic Research has profiled the research of Zorina Khan, professor of economics at Bowdoin, who writes on law and economic history, including intellectual property rights, technological progress in Europe and the United States, antitrust, litigation and legal systems, and corporate governance. She is also a research associate with NBER’s Development of the American Economy Program.

The NBER Reporter features Khan’s research on “Enterprise and Incentives for Innovation.” In the article, Khan sheds light on the ways institutions in Europe and the United States spurred and promoted enterprise, knowledge, and innovation during industrialization, from 1750 to 1930. Read more in Bowdoin News, and read the full NBER report here.

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