Pacific Asian Lecture Series: Central Banking and Financial Policy in VietnamJune 19, 4:15pm - 5:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Shidler College of Business, Faculty Lounge BusAd D-207
The Pacific Asian Management Institute (PAMI) invites you to our Summer 2012 Pacific Asian Lecture Series (PALS)! All PALS lectures are FREE and open to the public. Advance RSVP not required.
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
4:15-5:30 PM, Lecture
5:30-6:15 PM, Refreshments
Shidler College of Business Faculty Lounge: BusAd D-207
Topic: "Central Banking and Financial Policy in Vietnam: Lessons from Korea, Japan and the U.S."
Speaker: Dr. Thomas F. Cargill
Professor of Economics, University of Nevada, Reno
About the Speaker:
Visiting Professor Thomas F. Cargill from the University of Nevada, Reno is a widely renowned domestic and international economist and is particularly recognized for his expertise on the Japanese money and banking system. Given the recent tremendous shocks to Japan’s infrastructure, the government’s management of the country’s money supply and economy will be an ongoing critical global concern.
Professor Cargill is the co-author of The Political Economy of Japanese Monetary Policy and Japan Since 1980. A historian of the Japanese financial system, he is able to assess Japan’s current situation against a long historical context of Japanese economic cycles liberally seasoned with political and cultural influences.
Dr. Cargill’s main areas of research include financial markets, regulation, and monetary policy; financial and monetary systems in Asia with an emphasis on Japan; and applied econometrics, regional economics, and history of economic thought.
Please refer to the PAMI Bulletin Board (Shidler College of Business courtyard) and the PAMI website (www.shidler.hawaii.edu/pami) for the most updated schedule. The Shidler College of Business is accredited by AACSB International and has been consistently ranked in the top 25 for international business by U.S. News & World Report.
Shidler College of Business, Pacific Asian Management Institute, Mānoa Campus