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"The Regional Economy in Perspective: Is There an Age Problem?"
Michael Boldin, Senior Economic Analyst
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

January 11, 2017       iCal
Wednesday 12:00 PM

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The Philadelphia Council for Business Economics
A Chapter of NABE

is pleased to present

Michael Boldin, Senior Economic Analyst
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

Presentation: "The Regional Economy in Perspective: Is There an Age Problem?"

Michael Boldin is a senior economic analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia with broad experience analyzing and reporting on the national and regional economies, explaining the interaction of financial markets and the business cycles, and using statistical software to construct econometric models for forecasting purposes. His expertise also extends to building both large and small databases for economic, financial market and company-level research.

Dr. Boldin received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Pennsylvania. His fields of study where finance, monetary theory and industrial organization, and his dissertation was titled “Business Cycles and Stock Market Volatility: Theory and Evidence of Animal Spirits.” From 2008 to 2013, Dr. Boldin was an assistant professor in the finance department of the Fox School of Business and Management at Temple University. Besides teaching courses in general finance, fixed income and financial modelling, he inaugurated and managed their capital markets room that gives students hands-on experience using econometric software, financial market tools such as Bloomberg and Capital-IQ, learn stock and bond trading practices, and run business scenarios. From 2001 to 2008, Dr. Boldin was the director of research support services at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was responsible for leading various research and instructional technology-oriented projects. Prior to that appointment he served as director of business cycle research at the Conference Board and as an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

He has published in various economic and finance journals and presented his work at regional and national conferences, including the American Economic Association, Eastern Economic Association, NABE, and the Financial Management Association meetings.

Date: Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Time: 11:45 am for Federal Reserve Security clearance
          12:00 pm - Lunch begins
            1:00 pm - Presentation begins

Place: Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Directions
           Ten Independence Mall (Seventh & Arch Streets),
           Philadelphia, PA

Cost: PCBE Members - $20.00
         GIC/CFAPhila/PSA/Bond Club Members - $25.00
         Nonmembers - $30.00
         Student - $15.00 (with Valid College ID)

Teleconference Option available for those that can't be present

Please Note: Reservations are required and must be made or canceled no later than 12:00 pm two days before the meeting. "No-shows" will be billed.

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Luke Tilley, President
David Allon, Vice President
Robin Kaplan, Secretary
Ralph Giraud, Program Chair
Michael Weiss, Treasurer

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