Conference on Global Economic Issues 2017
UC Berkeley's Clausen Center for International Business and Policy will hold its biennial Conference on Global Economic Issues on Saturday, November 18, 2017.
Confirmed speakers include Ilan Goldfajn, President of the Banco Central do Brazil who will give the Egon and Joan von Kashnitz keynote lecture, Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal, Secretary of Economy of Mexico, John Williams, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, as well as Andres Rodriguez-Clare and Gabriel Zucman both professors of economics at UC Berkeley.
This invitation-only event will discuss the challenges faced by emerging countries, especially Latin America, the future of globalization for emerging and advanced economies, the policy challenges posed by rising income and wealth inequality and its causes, and the challenges to the conduct of monetary policy in a world of low natural real interest rates.
The conference will host prominent economists, policymakers, and industry participants for what promises to be a lively and stimulating event.
2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA 94704
Parking Passes for participants can be reserved in advance. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request a permit.
Accommodation will be provided for out-of-town attendees. Please indicate if lodging is desired when completing your registration form and a reservation will be made on your behalf. We strongly recommend that all attendees register by September 30, 2017.
Conference transportation is provided from the Hyatt Regency Hotel to UC Berkeley, David Brower Center on Saturday November 18. Boarding begins at 8:15am. Please note; the bus departs from the Market Street side of the hotel (the other side of the main lobby entrance) at 8:30am. Contact email@example.com with any inquiries.
NOTE: Berkeley lodging also available depending on preference.
For questions or comments please contact:
Clausen Event Staff, firstname.lastname@example.org