Public Forum: “The Credit Crisis and You”

 

The GA Tech School of Economics ECON Club hosts a Public Forum: “The Credit Crisis and You”

Date: Monday, October 20, 2008

Time: 7:00pm – 8:30pm

Place: Instructional Center, Room 103 (subject to change) 

Topic:

Guest panel of economists and policy experts will provide
perspectives and insights into the current credit crisis effecting the United
States and the global economy from Wall Street to Main Street.  Speakers will
also cover the current U.S. government bailout initiative of Wall Street and the
banking system, including potential direct and indirect impacts of the
initiative.  Panelists will present individual presentations and address
questions from audience students, faculty, and other guests. 

Panelists:

Dr. Carter Doyle, Department of Economics (Georgia State
University); Dr. Mikhail Melnik, Department of Economics (Georgia State
University); Dr. Willie Belton, Department of Economics (Georgia Tech); Dr.
Mark Taylor, School of International Affairs (Georgia Tech)

Questions:

Guests and audience members can submit their questions in advance of the event
on the event facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=30539722318

Guest and audience members may also submit their questions at the time the
event begins or during the Q&A/discussion period of the event.

Please let me know ideally if you will be able to attend. You may also RSVP via the event facebook page:http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=30539722318

Kari McCarley
Communications Coordinator
Georgia Institute of Technology
Ivan Allen College
School of Economics
Office: 404-894-4919
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