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Re: [economics-27] New Meetup: Tonight - Jeffrey A. Miron, Harvard Economist

From: Jan C.
Sent on: Thursday, May 7, 2009 5:29 PM
Sorry unable to attend on such short notice, Looks fascinating.

On Thu, May 7, 2009 at 11:43 AM, saul <[address removed]> wrote:
Announcing a new Meetup for Economist readers!

What: Tonight - Jeffrey A. Miron, Harvard Economist

When: May 7,[masked]:00 PM

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Meetup Description: This is a NYC Junto event. It starts at 7 with some general mingling, with the actual talk starting at 8pm.
The talk will be followed by a long QA session.

Its between 5th and 6th Avenues.
"The Crisis, the Bailout, and the Stimulus:
Why Government is the Problem"
Most commentators blame the financial crisis on Wall
Street greed, rating agency failures, and insufficient regulation.
Further, they assume only government can fix the mess.
In fact, misguided government polices produced the crisis,
and the Treasury bailout did little to help.
Rather than bailing out banks, the U.S. should have let
failure and bankruptcy run their course.
The stimulus package assembled by the Obama
administration is ill-conceived and will generate huge costs
for decades.

About Jeffrey A. Miron
He's Senior Lecturer on Economics at Harvard U. He
received a B.A., magna cum laude, from Swarthmore College
in 1979 and a Ph.D. economics from M.I.T.,1984.
Miron has served on the faculties of the U. of Michigan
(assoc. prof. with tenure), Boston U. (prof. with tenure), as a
visiting professor at the Sloan School of Management, M.I.T.
and the Department of Economics, Harvard U.
From[masked], he was chairman of the Department of
Economics at Boston U.
He has published more than 25 articles in refereed journals
and 30 op-eds in the Boston Herald, Boston Business Journal,
and Boston Globe.
He has been the recipient of an Olin Fellowship from the
National Bureau of Economic Research, an Earhart
Foundation Fellowship, and a Sloan Foundation Faculty
Research Fellowship.
His area of expertise is the economics of libertarianism,
with particular emphasis on the economics of illegal drugs.

Visit his blog "The Case for Small Government:
Musings of a Libertarian Economist" at:

Learn more here:

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