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OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events in Trinity Term 2004

 

The Debate over a North American Monetary Union: A Canadian Perspective

By Prof. H. Grubel (The Fraser Institute)

Chair: Prof. D. Vines (OXONIA and Oxford University)

Date: Thursday 10 June

Venue: St. Cross Building, Lecture Room 1

The St. Cross Building is located on the corner of St Cross Road / Manor Road, right behind (north to) the Department of Economics Building

Time:  5:00 pm


This seminar is part of the OXONIA Distinguished Speakers Events in Trinity Term 2004 and has been organized in cooperation with the Economics Department, University of Oxford. It is part of the OXONIA Programme "STRENGTHENING ECONOMIC COOPERATION".

Herbert G. Grubel is David Somerville Chair in Taxation and Finance, The Fraser Institute, and Professor of Economics (Emeritus), Simon Fraser University. He has a B.A. from Rutgers University and a Ph.D. in economics from Yale University. He has taught full-time at Stanford University, the University of Chicago, and the University of Pennsylvania; and has had temporary appointments at universities in Berlin, Singapore, Cape Town, Nairobi, Oxford, and Canberra. Herbert Grubel was the Reform Party Member of Parliament for Capliano-Howe Sound from 1993 to 1997, serving as the Finance Critic from 1995 to 1997. He has published 16 books and 180 professional articles in economics dealing with international trade and finance and a wide range of economic policy issues. For more information, click here.



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