Economic Outlook Conference

Economic Outlook Conference

Location

Virtual

Date/Time

November 30, 2020 - November 30, 2020
12-1pm

Event Details

2020 Economic Outlook Conference 

This fall, as the economy reopens and the election season draws to a close, the nation is entering a new era. What can we expect after the November election? Why do surging financial markets no longer reflect economic reality of recession? The University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business will hold two livestreaming events as part of its annual Economic Outlook series, which will feature experts on the political and economic outlook for fall 2020.

The events will address the monumental changes to government policy that will likely result from the November election. Speakers will also address the effects of the lockdown and economic contraction during spring and summer. Looking ahead, speakers will provide an outlook for jobs, housing and business conditions. Both events will be interactive and allow for questions and comments.


Cost and Registration

The 40th Annual Economic Series events will be hosted online. Cost is $20 to attend the event.

Register now.

 

Monday, Nov. 30, 2020 | 12 – 1 p.m.

Featuring:

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Perspectives on the Economy

Thomas I. Barkin, president and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

 

 

Additional speakers to follow.

 

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