Check back often for information on the Annual Meeting program sessions. Presentations will be posted here during and after the conference. Sessions are in alphabetical order.
Adam Smith Award Luncheon
Banks & Slowing Recovery: The Challenges Ahead
Big Data: How Technology Is Transforming Business Decision Making
Breakfast: "Economic Narratives and Economic Policy"
Can Private Data Improve our Official Statistics?
China's Path Forward
Commodity Markets: Are Financial Markets a New Driver?
Consumer Spending and Finance Nexus
European Economic Update, Intersection between Finance and Real Activity
Finance and the Good Society
Financial Stability and Complexity
Adrian Presentation (will not be posted; contact speaker)
General Session: William Dudley
Housing Market Outlook: Finding a Solid Foundation
McGill Presentation (will not be posted; contact speaker)
Lessons Learned from Two Years of Supply Chain Disruptions
Luncheon: "Financial Reform: We Need Tough Love to Build the Bridge Between Wall Street and Main Street"
NBER Session: Housing Recovery? A look at Financing Fundamentals and Demographics
The New Financing Environment for Small Business
New Oil and Gas Resources and the Markets They Impact
Presentation of 2012 Edmund A. Mennis Award-Winning Papers
Post-election Economic Policy Outlook
Specialty Credit: What Role Does it Play in Driving a Dynamic Economy and Entrepreneurship
Mach Presentation (will be posted shortly)
“The Road Ahead: The Graying of America and its Implications for Finance and the Economy”
Skills Seminar I: High-Impact Economists: How to Create Value in a Complex Environment
Skills Seminar II: Applying NBER Research in a Business Economics Setting
View from the Administration
Wall St. Perspective on the Health Sector and Health Reform
What You Need to Know to Get Hired –Career Outlook for Economists
Why Politicians are Wrong to be Obsessed by Outsourcing