Global Markets Forum
November 13, 2012, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Great Expectations or Hard Times? Can America Restore Its Economic Leadership?
The 20th century was the American Century, but what does the 21st century hold for the U.S. economy? Professor Bloom evaluated what the US has been through in the Great Recession, the current state of economy, and the long-run prospects for growth, given the crisis in education and inequality. He also provided an overview of the broad sweep of current economic thinking, his own economics research on American management, and his experiences as an immigrant from the previous global superpower (Great Britain) living in the US.
This event is part of the Initiative on Global Markets (IGM) and is generously sponsored by Myron Scholes.
The IGM also receives financial support from our corporate partner, AQR Capital Management.
University of Chicago Booth School of Business
450 North Cityfront Plaza Drive, Room 621
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Nicholas Bloom is a Professor of Economics at Stanford University. His research interests are investigating the causes and consequences of economic uncertainty. He also works on understanding differences in management and organizational practices across firms and countries. He previously worked as a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies, a policy advisor at HM Treasury and as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company. He is a graduate of Cambridge University, with a MPhil from Oxford University, and a PhD from University College London.