Noah Curtin

Research Aide

  • Pardee Center for International Futures

Professional Biography

Noah is a Junior at the University of Denver studying International Studies and Economics. His previous work experience includes financial research for wealth management and working at a Colorado based international center. He has completed research on the effects of protectionism on the global middle class and on the implications of an international breakdown of trade for Germany’s economy. His research interests include international law; trade and finance; development; and macro/behavioral economics. He spends his free time exploring Colorado and drinking far too much coffee.

Degree(s)

BA in International Studies, University of Denver, Josef Korbel School of International Studies

BA in Economics, University of Denver, College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

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