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Economy

 


Janet Yellen     Janet Yellen, Vice Chair of the Federal Reserve

Janet Yellen, Vice Chair of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors and Haas Professor Emeritus, speaks at the Berkeley-Haas Dean's Speaker Series about the benefits of the Fed opening communication channels.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012





    Election 2012 - Financial Regulation and Reform: What the Candidates Should Be Talking About

Prof. Ross Levine explains why financial regulations and reform play such an important role in the economic recovery, and therefore should be a key issue in the presidential election.

Friday, October 19, 2012





    Marek Belka,"The future of the euro: Utopian Dream or Feasible Project? – A New Entrant’s Perspective."

Marek Belka, president, National Bank of Poland and the nation’s former prime minister on "The future of the euro: Utopian Dream or Feasible Project? – A New Entrant’s Perspective."

Tuesday, August 30, 2011





    David Aaker, Marketing Professor Emeritus, "Tracking Brands in Japan-Learnings"

The annual David Aaker Distinguished Lecture Series in Marketing co-sponsored by the Deans Speaker Series, the MBA Marketing Club, and the Undergraduate Marketing Club. Presented at the Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010





    Professor Oliver Williamson wins the 2009 Nobel Prize in Economics.

Hundreds of Haas School faculty, staff, and students toasted Professor Oliver Williamson today after he was named a winner of the 2009 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences. Williamson, the Edgar F.

Monday, October 12, 2009





    Professor Oliver Williamson's Nobel Prize day highlights.

Highlights of activities and celebration for Professor Oliver Williamson, recipient of the 2009 Nobel Prize in Economics.

Monday, October 12, 2009





    Tom Campbell, Adam Galinsky, and Pablo Spiller discuss "Which Ethical Lines Were Crossed?" as part of the Dean's Speaker Series on the financial turmoil.

Tom Campbell, Adam Galinsky, and Pablo Spiller discuss "Which Ethical Lines Were Crossed?" This is the fifth event in the ongoing Dean's Speaker Series on the financial turmoil, featuring Haas experts examining the implications of the global economic crisis.

Thursday, December 11, 2008





    Panel: the financial turmoil's impact on real estate.

Panelists include Joe Cook of Cushman & Wakefield, Sean Flannery of Wells Fargo, Dave White of Prudential Real Estate Investors, and Ezra Mersey, founder of Jackson Pacific Ventures.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008





    Michael Callen, chairman and CEO of Ambac Financial Group, on “U.S. Credit and Liquidity Crisis and Lessons Learned.”

In January 2008, former Citicorp director Michael Callen took the helm of New York-based Ambac Financial Group, one of the world's largest bond insurers.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008





    The current economic turmoil & the entrepreneur: the impact on new venture financing and survival.

Jerome S. Engel, Executive Director, Lester Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, presents a panel discussion with Haas School Professor Jim Wilcox; Brian Atwood, Managing Director, Versant Ventures; Mike Gridley, Principal, Industry Ventures; and Garrett Gruener, Co-Founder and Director, Alta Partners.

Thursday, October 23, 2008





    Haas faculty hold impromptu teach-in on financial turmoil.

Haas School Professors Jim Wilcox, Hayne Leland, and Dwight Jaffee respond to the escalation of the financial crisis by the collapse of Lehman Brothers and AIG and the overall market’s downward spiral in an impromptu teach-in.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008





    Experts discuss upcoming fiscal challenges in "The Economy and the Federal Budget," sponsored by the Concord Coalition. Speakers: David Walker, Alison Acosta Fraser, Alice Rivlin, Robert Bixby.

Dean Tom Campbell moderates a panel discussing the fiscal challenges facing the next president.

Wednesday, March 5, 2008





    Haas School faculty experts debated the impact of the economic downturn on US and global economies.

Haas School faculty experts debated the impact of the economic downturn on US and global economies.

Tuesday, February 5, 2008





    Haas School Dean Tom Campbell gives the Annual Bank of America Walter E. Hoadley Economic Forecast to the Commonwealth Club of California.

Haas School Dean Tom Campbell gives the Annual Bank of America Walter E. Hoadley Economic Forecast to the Commonwealth Club of California

Wednesday, January 30, 2008





    Ricardo Guajardo, MBA 72, one of Mexico's leading bankers, speaks on "Key Success Factors for Development: Why Economic Liberalism Disappoints So Many in Latin America" as part of the Dean's Speakers Series.

Guajardo is the former CEO and chairman of BBVA Bancomer, and currently serves as Chairman of BBVA Holdings in the US.

Friday, May 5, 2006





    Is the world really flat? Profs. Rose and Lyons level each other.

Professors Andrew Rose and Richard Lyons discuss Thomas Friedman's recently updated book The World Is Flat.

Tuesday, April 18, 2006





    2006 Dean's Lecture Series presents Rodrigo de Rato, MBA 74, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund.

Rodrigo de Rato, MBA 74, managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), speaks about the global economy in his presentation, "Shared Responsibilities: Solving the Problem of Global Imbalances."

Friday, February 3, 2006





    "Investing in Emerging Markets: China, India, and Russia:" Seven videos on the challenges and opportunities for business growth and investment in the three fastest growing economies in the world.

Investing in Emerging Markets: China, India, and Russia": seven videos on the challenges and opportunities for business growth and investment in the three fastest growing economies in the world.

Friday, October 7, 2005





    Rose vs. Lyons debate, "The US dollar: Will the bottom fall out?"

Acting Dean Rich Lyons and Professor Andy Rose debate before the East Bay Chapter of the Haas Alumni Network.

Tuesday, February 8, 2005





    State Treasurer Phil Angelides delivers the Haas 2003 Commencement Address.

California Treasurer Phil Angelides speaks to Haas graduates about the state's recent economic boom and the post-boom era.

Thursday, May 15, 2003





    Haas Professors Debate on Multilateral Trade Liberalization.

Professors Andrew Rose and David Vogel go head-to-head in a debate over whether the US should participate in multilateral trade liberalization.

Wednesday, April 23, 2003





    Outlook for Commercial and Residential Real Estate Markets: A Haas Alumni Network Event.

Is there a housing price bubble in the Bay Area? Have the office markets bottomed yet? Which real estate markets are healthiest in 2003? Ken Rosen, Haas School professor and chair of the Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics, speaks at San Francisco's World Trade Club.

Wednesday, March 12, 2003





    Economic Consequences of Iraqi Crisis: Haas School Economics Faculty in Discussion.

"The Conflict With Iraq: What Are the Economic Consequences?" features Professors Andrew K. Rose and Janet L. Yellen, with an overview by Haas School Dean Tom Campbell.

Monday, November 25, 2002





    Economic Outlook Forum 2001.

Dean Laura Tyson, Associate Dean Ben Hermalin and Professors Janet Yellen, Hal Varian, Ken Rosen, Rich Lyons, Dwight Jaffee, Jerry Engel and Severin Borenstein present a review of economic conditions in the United States in the wake of the events of September 11 and the ongoing war on terrorism.

Friday, November 9, 2001





    Severin Borenstein on The Trouble with the California Electricity Market (and Some Solutions).

What went wrong with California's electricity restructuring in 2000 and 2001? How can the state recover from the precarious supply situation it put itself in? Does the California crisis have lessons for other states that are restructuring? In this talk, Severin Borenstein, E.T.

Friday, January 19, 2001





    Former US Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers on The New Economy.

Former US Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers spoke at the Haas School on December 6, 2000.

Wednesday, December 6, 2000