Global Economic Forum 2012
August 06–07, 2012 San Antonio Branch
This year's Global Economic Forum. Boston, Cleveland and Dallas Fed economists took us to Zimbabwe, Haiti, Uganda, Mexico and back to the U.S. Participants had an opportunity to join in the continuous and, at times, contentious debate in developmental economics—how to solve global poverty. Professor Anne Macy from West Texas A&M University showed how to transfer the content to the classroom.
The forum will ended with a videoconference featuring Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke addressing educators across the nation.
- Poor, Poorer, Poorest
Economic Education Specialist
- Alleviating Poverty: The Role of Free Trade Agreements
Professor of Economics
Director of Latin American Studies Program
St. Mary’s University
- What’s Behind High Hispanic Poverty Rates?
Assistant Vice President and Senior Economist
- Hyperinflation in Zimbabwe
- Mexico’s Improved Macroeconomic Policy Framework
Financial Industry Studies
- Measuring Income Inequality
Senior Economic Education Specialist
- Developmental Economics: Can We Learn from Uganda?
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
- Community-Based Well Maintenance in Rural Haiti
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
- What Can We Learn from Fighting Poverty in Developing and Developed Countries?
Gene Edwards Professor of Finance
West Texas A&M University
- Ben Bernanke Would Like to Have a Word with You—Conversation with the Chairman: Teacher Town Hall
Transcript of Remarks and Q & A
Ben S. Bernanke
Chairman, Board of Governors
Federal Reserve System