Professor of the practice of economics
Fullenkamp specializes in the development and regulation of financial markets. He has served as a visiting scholar at the IMF Institute of the International Monetary Fund and has taught IMF courses to government officials around the world.
“Trump … lost an opportunity to gain some real momentum from the slow slippage of support from Secretary Clinton in North Carolina and elsewhere,” says public policy’s Mac McCorkle.
Duke faculty in Duke Today
Duke professors call the rhetoric in this year’s presidential campaign extreme, in large part because of Donald Trump. “Unfortunately, this behavior tends to induce a race to the bottom, where other candidates, not wanting to be shut out from media attention, try to match or one-up his positions,” says political scientist David Siegel.