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Round Table Discussion: The Recovery of 2009: Myth or Reality?

Monday, February 16, 2009


Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum

Claremont McKenna College


Round Table Discussion: "The Recovery of 2009: Myth or Reality?"


Discussion begins at 6:45 p.m. in the Athenaeum


M.M.C. Athenaeum
385 E. 8th St.
Claremont, CA 91711-6420


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Gregory Hess, Russell S. Bock Chair of Public Economics and Taxation, professor of economics, vice president for academic affairs, Dean of Faculty, CMC; co-author, International Terrorism: Causes, Consequences, and Cures (2008) and All in the Family: Why Do Non-Democratic Leaders Have More Children than Democratic Ones? (2008); Manfred Keil, assistant professor of economics, CMC; co-author, Minimum Wages and Employment (2001) and Why is the Unemployment Rate so Very Low Near Full Employment? (1999); S. Brock Blomberg, Peter K. Barker '70 professor of economics and George R. Roberts Fellow, CMC; co-author, How Much Does Violence Tax Trade (2006) and The Impacts of Terrorism on Urban Form (2007); Marc Weidenmier, William F. Podlich '66 professor of economics, associate professor of economics, George R. Roberts Fellow; director, Lowe Institute for Political Economy, CMC; co-author, forthcoming Competing with the NYSE and Volatility in an Era of Reduced Uncertainty: Lessons from Pax Britanica (2006); Tom Willett, Horton professor of economics , CGU and CMC; Dean, School of Politics and Economics, CGU; co-editor, Neoliberalism: National and Regional Experiments with Global Ideas (2006) and The Dollarization Debate (2003); director, Claremont Institute for Economic Studies; Darren Filson, moderator, associate professor of economics, CMC; co-author, Sensitivity to Costs of Fighting versus Sensitivity to Losing the Conflict: Implications for War Onset, Duration, and Outcomes (2007)

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