Public Lecture on the Financial Crisis


I am giving a public lecture at Michigan Tech on February 15th, 7pm on the Financial Crisis. It seems like a good moment to discuss this since it's been 10 years since it started, but many feel like it's still not over. Also, many economists are questioning what kind of crisis is coming up next since it's been over 8 years since the recession ended and many fear the side-effects of policies that were enacted in the last 10 years.
I was hoping that you would be able to publicize this event on your Website. In addition, if you can provide some coverage of the event through your social media pages that will be great!
It's in ME-EM 112 on Feb 15th, 7pm to 8:30pm.
Title: "Borrowing, Bernanke, and Beyond: The Whys, Whodunits, & What's-Nexts of the Great Recession"
Here are some of the topics I will cover:
- What lead to the crisis?
- Policy responses
- Who was responsible?
- Policies to avoid future crisis
-  What to expect NEXT?
 - A decade later, what was learnt?
The flyer is attached.
Let me know if you need further information.
Latika Gupta, Ph.D
Assistant Professor of Economics
School of Business and Economics
Michigan Technological University
128 Academic Office Building 
1400 Townsend Drive
Houghton, MI 49931
Office Ph.: 906-487-2311
Office Fax: 906-487-1863
Twitter: @LatikaGuptaMTU