Dean’s Speaker Series: The World Economy in Crisis

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December 1st, 2011

On November 8, 2011, Boston University School of Management hosted the first event in this year’s Dean’s Speaker Series, “The World Economy in Crisis: Debt, Double-dip, Employment Outlook – What Happens Next?”

The event featured a panel of experts discussing the state of the world economy and its effect on business, globalization, employment, and international relations. Much of the discussion was driven by questions from the audience.

Panelists included:

Jeffrey L. Knight, Head of Global Asset Allocation, Putnam Investments
Lawrence Kotlikoff, Professor, Department of Economics
Michael Salinger, Professor, Markets, Public Policy & Law
John Zhao, CEO of Hony Capital

Boston University School of Management Dean Ken Freeman moderated the event.

On November 8, 2011, Boston University School of Management hosted the first event in this year’s Dean’s Speaker Series, “The World Economy in Crisis: Debt, Double-dip, Employment Outlook – What Happens Next?” The event featured a panel of experts discussing the state of the world economy and its effects on business, globalization, employment, and international relations. Much of the discussion was driven by questions from the audience.