Kevin James Bowman
Dr. Kevin James Bowman is Assistant Professor of Economics at Augsburg College in Minneapolis where he teaches Macroeconomics, International Economics, and Economic Growth. He conducts research primarily in Economic Growth and Development and Integral Studies and has dynamically extended Ken Wilber's philosophical model of overall development correcting for a bias pointed out by top researchers. He is widely published in such journals as Economics of Innovation and New Technology and The Journal of Integral Theory and Practice. He has applied integral theory to political economy and has a unique explanation for the Financial Crisis of 2008-09. His recent paper augments the Solow Growth Model with the integral approach for the first mathematical model in integral theory, allowing for a broader understanding of human, social, and cultural capital accumulation for economic development. He earned his PhD in Economics from the University of Illinois at Chicago.