TU to host 15th Annual Economic Outlook Conference
Topics include the housing crisis, unemployment, and state and federal deficits
TOWSON, Md. (Feb. 1, 2011)—Towson University’s Regional Economic Studies Institute (RESI) and Economic and Workforce Development Group will present the 15th Annual Economic Outlook Conference on Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2011, 8 a.m. to noon, at the Hilton BWI in Linthicum, Md.
Robert Carpenter and David Beck, of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, will deliver a keynote presentation titled, “Federal Monetary Policy, The Federal Reserve and You.”
Conference participants will gain comprehensive information on the region’s economy as well as insight into current and long-term economic trends. Attendees will also receive an economic forecast for the United States, the mid-Atlantic region and the state of Maryland.
Other conference topics include alleviating the housing crisis, and reducing unemployment and federal debt. There will also be opportunity for attendees to network with other executives from the corporate and public sectors.
Watch RESI's conference video to learn more about this year's agenda.
Event sponsors include Anne Arundel County; Baltimore County; BRACWatch; The BWI Business Partnership, Inc.; The Daily Record; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond; Howard County Economic Development Authority; Maryland Chamber of Commerce; Maryland Department of Business & Economic Development; Maryland Economic Development Association; Maryland Public Television; Northeastern Maryland Technology Council; and the Regional Manufacturing Institute (RMI) of Maryland.