Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Posting slow today, but for good reason! 

Meetings all day, and preparing for Winter Institute. Which reminds me, if you haven't thought about coming yet, please consider it. That's me on the program for Thursday night's Economic Outlook, with national forecaster Dan Laufenberg, state economist Tom Stinson, and Minnesota labor market expert Steve Hine. I'll be speaking on the central Minnesota economy.

On Friday, the Winter Institute is on Sino-American relations, with the highlight (at least for me) Wing Thye Woo from UC-Davis. I met Woo in Claremont many years ago when he was writing with Jeff Sachs on Chinese economic development, and his work is quite impressive. Also, my friend Jack Hou is giving the luncheon talk. (I'm going to lecture him on not having a professional webpage.)

More tonight if I get a break from making slides for Thursday!

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