On November 1, 2012, the Stephen D. Cutler Center for Investments and Finance will host, Economic Outlook with speaker Dr. Rosengren, President of Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
Dr. Rosengren will discuss his view of the economy, including what the current economic data indicates for the short term and long term outlook, the biggest threats to the US economy, the downside, and the positives indicators. After the presentation, there will be a Q & A session.
The event will take place in Babson’s Olin Auditorium from 5 p.m.- 6 p.m. To register for the event please visit: https://activedata.babson.edu/EventRegistration.aspx?Rid=2365&Iid=8641&Frm=
The event is free and open to the public.
About Stephen D. Cutler Center for Investments and Finance
The Stephen D. Cutler Center for Investments and Finance at Babson College is dedicated to advancing the understanding and practice of investments and finance in our global economy. The Center provides programs and resources that enrich student experience, support faculty research, and engage our alumni community. It is committed to furthering Babson’s innovative and practical approach to finance education and enabling industry practitioners, faculty, and students to collaborate and learn from one another.
About Dr. Eric Rosengren
Dr. Rosengren took office on July 23, 2007, as the thirteenth president and chief executive officer of the First District Federal Reserve Bank, at Boston. He is currently serving a full term that began March 1, 2011. In 2012, he serves as an alternate voting member of the Federal Open Market Committee.
Dr. Rosengren has held senior positions within the Federal Reserve in both the research and bank supervision functions.In his research, Rosengren has made significant contributions in the fields of banking and monetary policy, and he has written extensively on macroeconomics, international banking, bank supervision, and risk management. He has been an author on a variety of papers on macroeconomics, banking, and risk management, including articles in many of the top economics and finance journals. He has served as an advisor on Japanese banking issues, and a focus of his research has been how financial problems can impact the real economy.