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Killinger Lecture: “Financial Fragility: The Future of Inflation, Interest Rates, and Banking”

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The Economics Club at Iowa State University is pleased to invite you to participate in the Kerry and Linda Killinger Foundation Lecture on Economic Fragility on October 4. We will have three ISU alumni discussing the present state of the economy. We would love to have you attend in person, but we also offer the option of attending at the live stream link below.

James Paulsen, Chief Investment Strategist, Wells Fargo and at Leuthold Group, Retired

Jim earned a Bachelor degree and Doctoral degree in Economics from Iowa State University.

Kartik Athreya is executive vice president and director of research at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. He earned his doctorate from the University of Iowa and his Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Iowa State.

Dame DeAnne Julius is a former member of the UK Monetary Policy Committee and past chairperson and now Distinguished Fellow of the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) in London.  She earned a BSc degree in economics from Iowa State University, and an MA and PhD degree in economics from the University of California, Davis.  She holds five honorary doctorates and was made a Dame in 2013 for services to monetary policy and international relations.”

Kerry Killinger is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Crescent Capital Associates, based in Seattle Washington. He was the Chair and CEO of Washington Mutual. He holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the University of Iowa College of Business with emphasis in economics, finance and accounting.