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Troubling Issue Forum: World Economy, Princeton United Methodist Church

Sunday October 7, 2012
4:00 PM

During the presidential election season, the Troubling Issues forum series at Princeton United Methodist Church will focus on international economics. On Sunday, October 7, at 4 p.m., a panel of economists and finance experts will comment on the complicated relationship between the economies of Europe, Asia, and the United States.

Lecture-discussions in the monthly series are free. Princeton UMC's Resident Theologian, Donald Brash, will moderate the discussion on the real and the imagined in?uence of government policies on daily economic life. Two panelists are PhD candidates at Princeton University. Christian Moser, who is from Germany, focuses on how U.S. interventions differ from European and Japanese policies. Niklas Engbom, who is from Sweden, will discuss the economic crisis in Sweden in the early 1990s. The third panelist, Jie Hayes, founder and principal of Songbird Capital LLC, grew up in China and has 13 years of institutional investment management experience, including nine years at Citi.

Troubling Issue forums are held in the Sanford-Davis Room, which opens onto Nassau Street at the corner of Vandeventer. Parking is free on Sundays. ADA accessible. For information call 609-924-2613, email troublingissues@gmail.com or go to www.princetonumc.org).



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