The Impact of Both Current Government Economic Policies & the Housing Bubble on Corporate Board Strategies
Thank you to all who attended this year's event.
Tuesday, September 23, 2014, 9–11 a.m.
Lyon Conference Center, Argyros Forum 209 A/B
One University Drive, Orange, CA 92866
The Directors Roundtable is conducting a worldwide series of events with Nobel Laureates in Economics. At this program co-hosted by Chapman University's Economic Science Institute, Laureate Vernon Smith will make the keynote address on how current government economic policies impact strategies for boards of directors; and on what businesses and investors can learn from the recent housing bubble.
Professor Smith will be followed by a roundtable discussion with distinguished panelists. They will provide valuable insights for directors, c-suite executives, and investors, combining theory and practice for more successful results in challenging markets. Their topics include economics, real estate and litigation.
A full-color transcript of the proceedings will be made available electronically on this website following the event. The Directors Roundtable is a civic group which organizes the preeminent worldwide programming for directors and their advisors.
Vernon Smith, Ph.D.
Nobel Laureate in Economic Science, George L. Argyros Chair in Finance and Economics, Professor of Economics and Law, Chapman University
Niladri "Neel" Mukherjee
Director – Office of the CIO, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, Investment Management & Guidance
Steven Gjerstad, Ph.D.
Presidential Fellow at Chapman University; Co-Author with Prof. Smith of Rethinking Housing Bubbles
Managing Director, Lockton Companies, LLC, Directors & Officers' Liability and Governance Risk Management Group
Jack Friedman (moderator)
Chairman, Directors Roundtable; Author of articles in The Wall Street Journal and Barron's on Bonds , Limited Partnerships, and Legally Troubled Asset