About this Event
The Division of Social Sciences Fall 2022 Luncheon Seminar Series
Speaker: Rich Higgins, Assistant Professor in Economics
Date/Time: September 15th, 12-1pm
Location: 27 Persson Hall Auditorium
Title: Central Bank Independence and the Importance of Central Bank Leadership
Description: Central bank independence is a topic that has gained interest in recent years following President Trump's Twitter attacks on Jerome Powell and the Federal Reserve. This also highlights the importance of the chair of the Federal Reserve. This talk will discuss both the importance of central bank independence and leadership of central banks.
Lunch: Curtain Call and Hamilton Whole Foods, while supplies last
The next talk in this series is on September 29th with Professor Yamamoto (GEOG).
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