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Turning Hard Times into Good Times

Turning Hard Times into Good Times

Tuesday at 12 Noon Pacific

March 04th 2014:Depression, Recession or Brighter Days Ahead?

Mark Skousen and Gene Epstein return. Dr. Skousen is the speaker at the next NYC Junto meeting over which Gene presides. Dr. Skousen’s book “The Structure of Production” proposes an alternative to existing GDP accounting. Why is there a need for alternative national income accounting and what light might it shed on US economic performance? What difference does national income accounting makes in terms of policy and investment decisions? Does Mark agree with BLS inflation numbers or does he think they are understated, thus leading to an overstatement of GDP as economist John Williams insists?

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Mark Skousen

A “maverick” of economics for his contrarian and optimistic views, Mark Skousen is a college professor, prolific author and world-renowned speaker. He’s made his unique sense of market and investment trends known and respected in the financial world. With a Ph.D. in economics and a focus on the principles of free-market capitalism and “Austrian” economics, Mark Skousen has often gone contrary to the crowd in his investment choices and economic predictions — and has often been proved right. A proponent of liberty and political freedom, Mark Skousen is actively involved in some of the most prestigious free-market and liberty think tanks in the world. He frequently speaks and writes articles
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Gene Epstein

Gene Epstein, an economist of the Austrian School--and by political persuasion a libertarian--joined Barron’s in February 1992 as Commodities Editor. The following year, he became the weekly’s first Economics Editor and the first to write the column, “Economic Beat”-- his responsibility to this day. In October 2010, he also became the Barron's Book Review Editor. Before joining Barron’s, Epstein did a 13-year stint at the New York Stock Exchange, mainly as a senior economist. He has taught economics at the City University of New York and St. John’s University and holds an M.A. in the subject from the New School and a B.A. in history from Brandeis University. Epstein’s book, ECONOSPI
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