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Is the Financial Crisis Over? A Survey of Our Economy, and Our Prospects

  • Tue, December 04, 2012
  • 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
  • Yale Office of Development, 157 Church Street, 8th Floor, New Haven, CT
  • 55


  • Non-Member

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Is the Financial Crisis Over? A Survey of Our Economy, and Our Prospects

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

8:30 am - 10:30 am

Understanding the mindset of our constituents during this financially challenging time is essential as we inform them, engage them, and earn their support. The uncertainty can be paralyzing: What can be expected from the results of the presidential election? Was the National Bureau of Economic Research correct in saying that recessionary conditions are behind us given the mixed economic fundamentals over the ensuing period? And while endowments have enjoyed a sustained recovery, will this upward trend last? Have the bases for the financial crisis been sufficiently resolved? What does the current economic landscape look like? And as we plan for the long-term strength of our institutions, what might we anticipate will emerge as potential pockets of financial health and growth in the near-to-medium term? Join us for a presentation and conversation about today's economy through the advancement lens, and come away with a clearer understanding of the economic climate in order to strengthen your research, inform your communications, and inspire your development strategies.

Coffee and light refreshments are included.


Richard Horne

Assistant Director, Research, Corporate & Foundation Relations, Yale University


Rich has been working in university development since he returned to his studies at Yale in September 2004. He frequently gives development presentations at Yale, NEDRA, and CASE in areas such as alternative investment management, securities analysis, non-stock assets and wealth indicators. Rich previously worked for the International Monetary Fund via a Washington, DC law firm, and he served in the Marine Corps. He is a co-founder of the Yale Economic Review and has an abiding interest finance and economics.

Directions to Yale Office of Development:

From I-95 North or South to I-91 North

Exit 3– Trumbull Street

Stay in middle lane and go straight at end of ramp (traffic light #1)

Turn left at 3rd traffic light onto Temple Street

Turn left at 1st traffic light on to Elm Street

Get into far right lane

Go through the traffic light on Elm, crossing Church Street, and past First Niagara Bank, 

Immediately past the bank building,

Turn right into the parking garage.

Get parking ticket

Follow into tunnel and

Turn right onto Ramp #2


From I-91 South take Exit 4, the State Street exit

At the bottom of the exit ramp, turn right and, at the light take a quick left onto Sate Street.

Continue on State Street crossing Elm Street (WTNH building on corner) 

Go straight through next light and enter garage on right

Drive through tunnel past guard station and turn left onto Ramp #2


To gain entrance to CFC building:

Follow signs for Connecticut Financial Center lobby

Sign in at security desk and receive visitor’s pass. (You will need identification)

Take the elevator to the 8th floor and follow signs to Conference Room 840 a/b.


NEDRA Members: $85

Non-members: $125


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