Inflection Point Blog Series

Photo of Dean Paul TeskeI plan to write fairly regular blog posts, as well as to link to other interesting commentaries, as part of a new blog series called “Inflection Point.”

According to the dictionary, an “inflection point” is “(in mathematics) a point of a curve at which a change in the direction of curvature occurs”; and/or “(in business or policy) a time of significant change in a situation, a turning point.”  My idea of Inflection Point is to try to see some of the changes that might lie ahead, in the worlds of policy, politics, and economics, before they are obvious. I hope to utilize my 25 years in higher education to bring a new perspective of focusing academic ideas and theories on real world issues, with a heavy emphasis on Colorado.

I look forward to comments on these posts.

Please note that the opinions expressed in these posts are my own and do not represent the views of the School of Public Affairs or the University of Colorado Denver.

 



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