Events

Macroeconomic Policy in the Shadow of the Great Financial Crisis: Insights from Four Recent Books

Friday
December 6
9:00 am

The Great Financial Crisis of 2007–08 has cast a long shadow on the economic and political realities we confront today, as did the Great Depression of the 1930s on the decades that followed. These economic earthquakes also upended the conventional economic thinking, particularly in the realm of macroeconomics. This event presents four new books that address various aspects of macroeconomic theory and policymaking.

Friday
December 6
9:00 am

LBJ Washington Center

The Great Financial Crisis of 2007–08 has cast a long shadow on the economic and political realities we confront today, as did the Great Depression of the 1930s on the decades that followed. These economic earthquakes also upended the conventional economic thinking, particularly in the realm of macroeconomics. This event presents four new books that address various aspects of macroeconomic theory and policymaking.

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Monday
December 23
12:00 am
to Friday
January 3
12:00 am

Over the Holiday Break—Dec. 23, 2019 until Jan. 3, 2020—The University of Texas and the LBJ School of Public Affairs will be officially closed.

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Tuesday
January 21
8:30 am

Classes begin for the spring semester of the 2019–20 academic year. Welcome back!

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