March 30, 2012
Professor Bernanke, I have a question…
By Cindy Ivanac-Lillig
How would you like to walk into one of your business classes and have Chairman Bernanke standing behind the podium? Students at George Washington University recently experienced this very feeling. The Chairman guest lectured a four-part series entitled:
At one point during a lecture, a student was crafting a question and inadvertently said, “If you were Chairman of the Fed….” To which the Chairman smiled, interrupted the student, and said, “I am the Chairman.” If you have the time to watch the lectures, in addition to learning about the history of central banking and the current day dilemmas of economic policymakers, you may even smile once or twice.
The Fed has provided a link to all four of his lectures as well as links to his PowerPoint presentations. Please feel free to use them in your teaching and/or studies.
What do you think of the lecture series? What would you like to see the Fed do going forward to encourage students to continue to explore the Great Recession?
Posted by Cindy at March 30, 2012 5:22 PM
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