Barry Poulson

Barry Poulson

Professor (Emeritus)
University of Colorado - Boulder

Barry Poulson is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Colorado (Boulder) He received his PhD from Ohio State, 1965, specializing in development economics and economic history. His research focuses on convergence of economic growth in frontier economies.

Dr. Poulson is a Past President of the North American Economics and Finance Association. He is currently an adjunct scholar of the Heritage Foundation and senior fellow of the Independence Institute. He also serves on the Colorado Commission on Taxation.

Blog Posts

Policy Leaders Call This “The Worst Trade Deal Ever Negotiated.” Here’s How It’s Impacting Americans.

According to policy leader Donald Trump, NAFTA is “the worst trade deal ever negotiated” and it needs to be renegotiated. He said, in fact, that it might even be worth…