Speaking on “Founding Finance” in Kansas City Next Week

[UPDATE: Just finished the event. A great, fun, large crowd came out on a cold, rainy, windy night. Thanks to all who came out, and to all at the KCPL who made it happen.]

… at the beautiful Kansas City Public Library. Where they treat visiting authors well. My talk is on Wed., April 17, beginning at 6:30 PM, a half-hour public reception. I’ll also be on KCUR, the NPR affiliate, at 11 A.M. that day. And rumor has it CSPAN will shoot the whole thing for “Book TV.”

Looking forward to it. Maybe I’ll even get time for a side trip to Lawrence, Kansas … !

Details are here.

3 thoughts on “Speaking on “Founding Finance” in Kansas City Next Week

  1. There is a fine school of heterodox economists at University of Missouri-Kansas City. I’m sure your understanding of founding finance would get a very good reception there because these people encounter some of the same problems with mainstream economics you write of in your book.

    I’ve attended lectures by William K. Black and Michael Hudson in Chicago and they are very good presenters.

    I’ve never been to KC but I hope some of their students attend your talk. I’m sure it would be of interest to them.

    http://neweconomicperspectives.org/p/about.html

  2. Hi Bill — sorry I missed you — I came down with a sore throat from hell couldn’t make it. It was offered as EC to my students so hopefully some of them made it. I live in Lawrence, so it was doubly disappointing to hear you may have been here, too. I’ve been out of it since Wednesday morning — only now emerging from the fog.

    I am starting to get into some deeper waters on the HH project — will keep you abreast on that. Safe travels! — hope to catch you down the road!

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