This is an independent web site developed by Robert Kaulfuss, Professor of Economics at Middlesex Community College in Bedford, Massachusetts. The goal is to look beyond the perspectives and interests of the mainstream business, political, and media establishment.
The site is a collection of information sources, reference material, and discussion postings about economic and political issues. You are welcome to poke around the site and check in regularly to access news sources or read the latest post here about current issues.
Social Science Department Chair
Professor of Economics
781-280-3852 / kaulfussr@Middlesex.mass.edu
MIT Energy Night – Fall 2018
Club Awards 2018
Macroeconomics Honors Class – Spring 2018
Macroeconomics Honors Class – Fall 2017
MCC Business & Economics Club – Program & Club of the Year 2017
MCC Business & Economics Club – Pitch Contest 2017
MCC Fed Challenge 2017
MCC Fed Challenge 2016
MCC Fed Challenge 2010
MCC Fed Challenge National Champions 2008
Middlesex Promotional Videos
MCC Mock Senate Debate at Kennedy Institute
Middlesex Student Engagement Awards
Finance & Accounting Club wins Club of the Year (Raffah, me, Pres. Mabry, Brett, Dana, Vikram, Phill Sisson)
Middlesex Community College Honors Conference 2015
Evan Rees & Ben Powell
Matt Mayott & Kevin Lauterbach
Kirk Dlugy & Matt Wheeler
Middlesex Community College Honors Conference – April 2012
Selected students who did Honors Option projects in Macroeconomics with Professor Robert Kaulfuss during academic year 2011-2012.
Eddie Sacco – Economics, Energy, & Environment
Ryan Furrier – The Limits to Economic Growth
Adam Green – A Peasant Perspective on Wealth
Nick Trani – The European Debt Crisis
Alberto Diaz – Hybrid and Electric Cars
Those interested in the work of a One Stop Career Center in Massachusetts can visit http://www.careerplacejobs.com to learn more about The Career Place in Woburn. The center is managed by Middlesex Community College and chartered by the Metro North Regional Employment Board. It is one of 21 One Stop Career Center organizations in the state and 37 service locations. These centers are particularly important given the challenging economic environment.