$30 General Admission
$15 Current Students
RSVP here: http://jimwilcoxseattle2011.eventbrite.com
In the economic world, two things in life are certain: debt & taxes. But in the 2012 uncertainty looms.
- Where is the U.S. economy headed? When will unemployment rates drop & inflation rates rise? What will be done to tackle budget deficits, and when?
- How much will Europe’s debt problems affect their economies, & ours? What more might the Fed & Washington, DC do to the economy? What might the economy forecast for Election Day?
These questions and yours will be addressed by acclaimed finance professor Jim Wilcox
Join us on Jan 19, 2012 in welcoming Jim Wilcox to Seattle
- 6:30 pm – Check-in/Networking w light food and drinks
- 7:00 pm – Presentation by Jim Wilcox followed by Q&A
- 8:00 pm – Continue Networking & Mixer
More information about Jim Wilcox:
Jim Wilcox, J.J. and M.B. Lowrey Professor of Business
Jim is a popular professor and guest speaker who teaches in the Finance group as well as the Economic Analysis and Policy group at Haas. Jim joined the Haas School faculty in 1978. His research has focused on macroeconomics, monetary policy, banking, small business finance, and real estate.
During his occasional stints in Washington, Jim served as Chief Economist with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and as a senior economist for the President’s Council of Economic Advisers and for the Federal Reserve Board.
Jim earned his PhD from Northwestern University and his BA from Binghamton University. Three-time recipient of the Cheit Award for Teaching Excellence, Jim is a favorite professor within Haas’ Alumni Network.
Frequently cited by media outlets such as NPR and The Los Angeles Times, Jim’s economic outlook is one you will not want to miss.
Light hors d’oeuvres and adult refreshments by Bryon Estates Vineyards provided by Morgan Stanley
An evening at the Amazon Library in the historic Van Vorst Building, All attendees will be entered into a raffle for a Kindle Fire! (426 Terry Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109)
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