- Carthage College
Professor Brent McClintock is an economist and an attorney. Prior to his employment at Carthage, he worked as a senior economic analyst with the New Zealand Treasury. His legal studies centered on international and intellectual property law. He is licensed to practice law in Illinois and has been admitted to the U.S. District Court for Northern Illinois. He is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association.
Prof. McClintock’s teaching includes macroeconomics, international political economy, public policy, business law, and international trade law. Current legal research interests include the boundary between private property rights and the public domain in intellectual property law, the law of international economic integration, and the law and economics of contracts.
Prof. McClintock has a Ph.D. and M.S. from Colorado State University; J.D. from John Marshall Law School, Chicago; and B.Ag.Sc. from Lincoln University, New Zealand. He joined the Carthage faculty in 1991.
Professor Brent McClintock, an economist and attorney, has worked as a senior economic analyst with the New Zealand Treasury, and his studies focused on international and intellectual property law. His teaching includes macroeconomics, international political economy, public policy, business law, and international trade law.
Chair of the Economics Department; Associate Professor of Economics
- Ph.D., M.S. — Colorado State University
- J.D. — John Marshall Law School, Chicago
- B.Ag.Sc. — (Honors) Lincoln University (New Zealand)
- ECN 1010 Principles of Microeconomics
- ECN 1020 Principles of Macroeconomics
- ECN 1030 Issues in Economics
- ECN 2520 Intermediate Economics
- ECN 3100 Political Economy of the Pacific Rim
- ECN 3200 Money and Banking
- ECN 3240 Public Sector Economics
- ECN 3300 Law and Economics
- ECN 4030 International Political Economy