J. F. Foster Award Ceremony and Guest Lecture

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May 10

4:00pm - 6:00pm

Katherine A. Ruffatto Hall, Room 105, Community Board Room

Audience: Alumni,  Current Student,  Faculty,  Families,  Staff

Join the Department of Economics for our annual award ceremony to honor our outstanding students! Enjoy a short reception with drinks and appetizers, the awards ceremony, and our special guest lecture given by Dr. Jane Knodell titled "Money Supply Endogeneity: A Post-Keynesian Monetary Historian's Perspective."

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About the Guest Lecturer

Dr. Jane Knodell is the Mark J. Zwynenburg Green and Gold Professor of Financial History and Professor of Economics at The University of Vermont. Jane’s teaching and research interests are in the fields of money and banking, and economic history. Her research applies the tools of economic history, institutional analysis, and monetary analysis to understanding the evolution and performance of monetary institutions over time. She is currently working on a book project with Catalina Vizcarra about the interrelated monetary histories of colonial North and South America. Jane also started her career in the DU Department of Economics and has many fond memories of the University of Denver.