Dinner Presentation: March 11, 2010 – “What kind of Monetary Institution would be best for the Bahamas?”

First Published: 2010-03-01

Join us for an interesting presentation from world Monetary and Central Banking expert, Dr. Lawrence White on the topic:
 

“What kind of Monetary Institutions would be best for the Bahamas?”
Central banking, currency board, or private currency?

on

 Thursday, March 11, 2010, 6:30pm 
Atlantis Convention Center, Paradise Island.

Here is what you will learn:

·         Discussion on the current monetary system in The Bahamas.
·         How the Central Bank of The Bahamas influences the economy.
·         Comparisons of our monetary institutions to similar countries.
·         What practical alternative monetary systems are available.
·         Would a different monetary system better serve The Bahamas.
 

 

(Click Here for a PDF copy of our announcement flyer.)

 

DR. LAWRENCE WHITE:
Dr. Lawrence H. White is a Professor of Economics at George Mason University.  He specializes in the theory and history of monetary and banking institutions. He received his A.B. from Harvard and his Ph.D. from the University of California.  He has written several books and his works have appeared in both professional and popular media outlets.

Dr. White is noted for his contribution to the “Austrian School” of economics. He has analyzed the theory and history of free banking, a system under which commercial banks and market forces control the provision of banking services. 

He is currently writing a history of the great economic policy debates of the last hundred years.   

$65 per person includes the following:

-Dinner Presentation
-3-Course Buffet Meal.

-Server Gratuities
-Valet Parking Available.

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You can also register by calling (242) 328-6529 and leave a message.

 

 

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