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March 4, 1996, 1996
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"What Is Happening in the Economy and Why?"
Economist Ray Saulnier will give a talk at Johns Hopkins
University's Homewood campus called "What's Happening to the
Economy and Why?" on March 27 at noon.
Saulnier's career has included teaching, research and
government service. Former chair of Columbia University's
Department of Economics and President Eisenhower's Council of
Economic Advisors, he now serves on the board of editors of the
Center for the Study of the Presidency. He also prepares a
quarterly report, "Notes on the U.S. Economy," a commentary on
the implications for financial markets of what is happening in
the U.S. economy.
The lecture is part of the Wednesday Noon Series, presented
by The Johns Hopkins University's Office of Special Events. All
programs are held at noon in the Clipper Room of Shriver Halln on
the University's Homewood campus at 3400 N. Charles Street.
Admission is free.
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