A reception and lecture with
Geoffrey R. Woglom
Richard S. Volpert '56 Professor of Economics
at the home of
Montgomery Cleworth '82
1200 Acoma Street, Unit 602
(please use the 55 W. 12th Avenue doorman attended entrance)
Denver, CO 80204
Hors d'oeuvres and beverages will be served.
Please join us for a lecture How I Spent My Fall Sabbatical in which Professor Woglom will describe his experiences as a Fulbright Scholar at Nanjing University and will give a lecture on US/Chinese Trade Imbalances that he presented at Chinese Universities.
Professor Woglom received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Yale University. He has taught at Amherst since 1978. His courses and his scholarly work reflect the underlying belief that the most important questions that economists study relate to the role of markets: when they work well and when they fail. He is the author of dozens of articles as well as the book Modern Macroeconomics, published by Scott Foresman in 1988. In addition to his interest in macroeconomics, Professor Woglom has also become interested in higher education finance, particularly among the top liberal arts colleges.