Arranged around the theme “Beyond the Business Cycle: Strategies for the Long Term” the 56th National Association of Business Economists (NABE) Annual Meeting (September 27-30 in Chicago, IL) will focus on the tests facing business and policy leaders in the long run as they guide their companies and their countries through a global economic landscape marked both by a myriad of enduring challenges and emerging opportunities. Registration is still available.
One of the most anticipated sessions at the 56th NABE Annual Meeting will be Kai Ryssdal’s discussion with Ben Bernanke during the Adam Smith Award Luncheon on Sunday, September 28. The Adam Smith Award, NABE’s highest honor, will be presented to former Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke at the conclusion of the luncheon. Ryssdal is host and senior editor of the popular Marketplace radio program on business and the economy.
IIUSA Director and President of Lennar International Chris Marlin will moderate a session titled G2? The Long-term Relationship Between China and the US on Monday September 29th from 2:45pm-3:45 p.m. (view full program here). The panel includes Li-Gang Liu, Chief Economist, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd., Michael McDonough, Global Head: Economics & Chief Economist, Bloomberg LP, and William A. Reinsch, President, National Foreign Trade Council.