(mostly) Beyond Macroeconomics
October 16, 2014
Portland Art Museum
07:30am – 10:30am
Doors open at 7am – Breakfast is served.
$60 per person / $440 for a table of eight
Registration now available!
Believe it or not, the current economic expansion will be five years old this summer, making the recession something of a distant memory. Of course, the business cycle is not dead – at best it is just in remission. That remission provides an excellent opportunity for this year’s Oregon Economic Forum to address a broader array of issues, including the impacts of marijuana legalization and the pattern of migration that may shape Oregon’s economy in the future. In addition, we are excited to have Doug Elliott, Wall Street veteran currently with the Brookings Institution, to give his insights into the job Wall Street should be doing for Main Street. But we won’t ignore the business cycle entirely! Forum Director Tim Duy kicks off our annual event with his thoughts on the shape and length of the current expansion.
Tim Duy, Director, Oregon Economic Forum, University of Oregon
“Economic Review and Preview”
Ben Hansen, Assistant Professor, University of Oregon
“Implications of Legalizing: Evidence From Medicinal Marijuana”
Mark McMullen, State Economist, Oregon Office of Economic Analysis
Doug Elliott, Brookings Institute
“Making Wall Street Work for Main Street” (Keynote)
Detailed list of speakers and topics available here!
Special thanks to our Presenting Sponsor KeyBank, our silver sponsor the Portland Business Journal, and our bronze sponsors the Port of Portland, Providence Health Plan, Langley, and the Portland Business Alliance.