The University of Maryland will host former Secretary of the Treasury Robert Rubin on December 8 to give a talk on the U.S. Economy, Short and Long Term Outlook and Challenges. The talk will be held at 4:00 PM in the Gildenhorn Recital Hall in the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center.
Former Secretary of the Treasury Robert Rubin will provide a broad overview on the shorter and longer term economic outlook for the U.S. economy. In that context, he will focus on a few key policy issues, including fiscal matters, public investment, a cost/ benefit framework for legislation and regulation, and climate change. He will also discuss the state of the U.S. political system as the fundamental issue with respect to the country's future. A reception in the Upper Pavilion will follow the program. While the event is free, tickets are required. To reserve a ticket, please visit http://theclarice.umd.edu/events/2015/the-us-economy-short-and-long-term-outlook-and-challenges.
This is a special event presented by the Distinguished University Professors, the Provost's office, BSOS, MCEP, the Council on the Environment, and the Business School.