Carnegie Mellon's G-20 Forum: An Expert Preview of the Pittsburgh Summit

Sep 14, 2009
7:00 PM  - 8:30 PM
McConomy Auditorium, University Center

What is the G-20 and what is its purpose? What issues will they discuss and what impact will their decisions have? Top Carnegie Mellon faculty and economic experts will address these fundamental questions, and also share their perspectives on the monetary policies, the regulation of international financial institutions, the challenges faced by developing economies and restarting international trade negotiations. The event will feature talks by Lee Branstetter, Associate Professor of Economics at the Heinz College; Jendayi Frazer, Distinguished Service Professor at the Heinz College and the College of Humanities and Social Sciences; Marvin Goodfriend, Professor of Economics and Chairman of the Gailliot Center for Public Policy at the Tepper School of Business; and Gabriel Sod Hoffs, an economic strategist at Farallon Capital Management. The moderator for the event will be Robert Wilburn, Distinguished Service Professor and Director of Heinz College Washington, D.C. This free session is open to all students, faculty and staff as well as the general public.
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