Academy of Learning in Retirement: 4-part series on Debts, Deficits and the U.S. Economy: What’s Real and What’s Not?

November 4, 2011 by Staff, NMSU Hotline

The Academy of Learning in Retirement will host Jim Peach, NMSU Regents Professor of Economics, and his colleagues for a four part discussion on “Debts, Deficits, and the U.S. Economy: What’s Real and What’s Not?” at the November Academy for Learning In Retirement lecture series.

The lectures scheduled are:

  • Monday, Nov. 7: Jim Peach, “Debts & Deficits: Do We Have a Problem?”
  • Wednesday, Nov. 9: Richard Adkisson, NMSU professor of economics, “Tax Myths”
  • Monday, Nov. 14: Chris Erickson, NMSU associate professor of economics, “What’s New in Banking and Finance”
  • Wednesday, Nov. 16: Michael Ellis, retired professor of economics, “International Comparisons of the Size and Role of Government.”

All lectures will begin at 10:30 a.m. in the Good Samaritan Society Las Cruces Village Auditorium, 3011 Buena Vida Circle, Las Cruces. The sessions are open to the public. There is a nominal $5 fee for each lecture and no advance registration is required. Complimentary refreshments are available prior to each presentation.

For more information contact ALR Board Member, Don Finke, at 522-6512 or visit www.dacc.nmsu.edu/comed/ALR.


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