Luncheon Invitation: Austrian Economics, Business Cycles, and the Theory and Practice of Money with Dr. Robert Batemarco
This luncheon presentation will have invaluable economic information that is more essential than ever before to the entrepreneurial community. With a practical focus and theme, Austrian Economics, Business Cycles, and the Theory and Practice of Money with Dr. Robert Batemarco will combine in-depth expertise from both academia and industry to equip attendees with a practical toolkit of understanding about the realities of economic truths.
Regardless of your economic and monetary knowledge, you will gain great insights from the brilliant splendor of economic truths illustrated in an easy-to-follow format from attending this presentation particularly relevant to business cycles and money.
Dr. Batemarco will explain, among a host of economic and monetary truths for entrepreneurship:
A) How does money benefit society?
B) Who is responsible for inflation?
C) How is the Fed destroying the Middle Class?
D) What does the Austrian theory of the business cycle teach us?
Dr. Batemarco has degrees in Economics from Princeton University (A.B, cum laude) and Georgetown University (M.A. and Ph.D.). He wrote his doctoral dissertation on Studies in the Austrian Theory of the Cycle and wrote the entry in the Elgar Companion to Austrian Economics on Austrian business cycle theory. He taught at Mises University, a week-long seminar in Austrian Economics, as well as at Fordham University and at Manhattan College.
He has had articles published in peer-reviewed journals such as the Review of Austrian Economics, Atlantic Economic Journal, Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, and Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies; his online publications can be found on mises.org and fee.org.
When: Wednesday July 27th 2022
Time: 11:00AM – Segment 1
12:00PM – Lunch
1:15PM – Segment 2
2:15PM – Wrap-up
Where: Shady Maple Smorgasbord
Register: This luncheon is free attendance for all firm clients and friends of the firm – email email@example.com Seating limited