Tuesday, 23 September 2014

ECONOMICS FOR REAL PEOPLE: Currency Internationalisation


So what’s on this week at the Auckland Uni Economics Group you ask?  This week, customers, you’re in for a treat:

Hi everyone,

We are delighted to be joined this Thursday by Professor Tony Endres, very definitely one of the good guys.
    Tony is a Professor of Economics here at the University of Auckland, but don’t let that put you off. His research interests include the history of economic theory, Austrian economic economic theory and history, and international monetary relations.
    This Thursday evening, Tony will speak about “Currency Internationalisation” asking:
    What is currency internationalisation?
    Why does it matter?
    Why was the subject so controversial in the last half of the twentieth-century?
    And why has it been revived since the Global Financial Crisis?

The main schools of thought on the subject will be covered, why the subject has been so hotly contested will be explained.
    Tony is a lively and engaging speaker, and he welcomes difficult questions!
    So come along for what will be a very interesting presentation.

        Date: Thursday, 25 September
Time: 6pm-7pm
Location: Case Room Two, Level Zero, Owen G. Glenn Business School, Grafton Rd
                             (plenty of parking in the Business school basement, entrance of Grafton Rd)

All are welcome to attend. We look forward to seeing you there.

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