You are cordially invited on behalf of the Financial Policy Council’s Board of Directors, to our next Financial Policy Council private briefing with Professor Burton A. Abrams, author of WRECKONOMICS, former visiting economist at the Federal Trade Commission, and Professor of Economics at the University of Delaware.
- TOPIC : Making Money in Real Estate Today: Challenges and Opportunities
- DATE : Monday, November 7, 2016
- TIME : 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
- LOCATION : The Graduate Center / CUNY at 365 Fifth Avenue at The Elebash Recital Hall – On the main floor of the building and on the left as you enter into the main lobby
Burton A. Abrams received his Ph.D. from The Ohio State University, where he was trained in Banking and Monetary Policy. Currently, he is a Professor of Economics at the University of Delaware.He has been awarded Fulbright Professorships to The People’s Republic of China (Nankai University), South Africa (The University of the Western Cape) and Croatia (University of Split). He has been a visiting professor at the University of Adelaide, South Australia, served as a visiting economist at the Federal Trade Commission and was a National Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution.
Professor Abrams has published nearly forty papers in refereed professional journals including Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Economic Perspectives, Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, Public Choice and the National Tax Journal. His articles have also appeared in The Economists’ Voice, The Milken Institute Review, the Asian Wall Street Journal and Reason Magazine. His research has been mentioned in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and other major media outlets. He is the author of Return to Animal Farm (McGraw-Hill Custom; also translated and published in Turkey). His research includes topics concerning banking regulation, determinants of economic growth and public choice. His teaching concentrates on banking, macroeconomics and international economics.
He is completing work on a book, tentatively titled WRECKONOMICS. The book details the ten worst American economic policies in the past 100 years.
Business Attire please.
Please register as soon as you can by answering directly to the Board member who invited you as this event is “by invitation” only and as seating is limited.