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Karl T. Muth

Lecturer In Law

Northwestern University

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Northwestern University

2220 Campus Drive Cook Hall, Room 2078

Evanston, Illinois,60208

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1851, Northwestern University is one of the country's leading private research and teaching universities with an enrollment of approximately 8,000 full-time undergraduate students and approximately 8,000 full-time graduate and professional students ...more

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Employment History

Principal Consultant

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Consulting Economist

Grameen Foundation


Associate Editor

London School of Economics


Financial Director

Channel G


Affiliations

SEF

Cofounders


Adventure Philanthropy

Member of Advisory Board


University of Chicago

SEI Research Fellow


Self Education Foundation

Cofounders


Education

J.D. Degree


M.B.A. degree

University of Chicago


M.Phil./Ph.D.

London School of Economics


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The Journal Jurisprudence: People

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Mr Karl T. Muth
Lecturer in Economics and Public Policy Northwestern University


The Manifesto | Doing Development Differently

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Karl T. Muth, Northwestern University


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By Karl T. Muth, MBA '10
Karl T. Muth teaches Economics, Law, and Public Policy at Northwestern University


Week in Review: Oct 18, 2013

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One that struck was us written by Karl T. Muth, a Lecturer in Economics and Public Policy at Northwestern University.
Although the letter does a good job of making a number of valid points about the usefulness of the ratio to investors, and the lack of correlation between CEO pay and managerial effectiveness or how well CEOs treat their lower level employees, Mr. Muth saves the best for last. In his final paragraph, he pointedly asks Chair White to consider her own pay ratio. We've provided the relevant expert below, and the full letter can be found here. Link: Karl T. Muth, Lecturer in Economics and Public Policy, Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois Client Alert: Results of ISS' 2013-2014 Policy Survey


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Karl Muth
Consulting Economist, Grameen Karl T. Muth is a Consulting Economist on risk measurement and mitigation for Grameen in Africa, a position he has held since early 2010. He has worked on financial product design, insurance product development, credit facility engineering, FX risk mitigation, projection models for crop price and production volatility, and other topics. Karl led an interdisciplinary team of over 130 researchers near the Uganda - South Sudan border and spent over a year deployed on fieldwork in East Africa. Prior to working for Grameen, Karl was based in London. He has advised investment banks, media companies, and individual investors. His writings include academic publications in economics, finance, and law. He has two books set for release in 2012: Controversies in Globalization (in which he wrote a chapter) and Charity & Philanthropy for Dummies (where he is the lead author). He studied law in the Netherlands and the United States and holds J.D. and M.B.A. degrees, the latter with a concentration in Economics from the University of Chicago. He is a postgraduate researcher under Robert H. Wade at the London School of Economics, where he studies as an M.Phil./Ph.D. focusing on economic questions in development. He will be teaching Economics of Developing Countries at Northwestern University in the 2012-13 academic year.


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