The Housing Chronicles Blog: Los Angeles Economic Conference set for July 28, 2009

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Los Angeles Economic Conference set for July 28, 2009

In conjunction with Pepperdine University and the L.A. Chamber of Commerce, MetroIntelligence partner Beacon Economics has announced their inaugural Los Angeles Economic Conference for July 28, 2009 at the Los Angles Airport Marriott (near LAX).

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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Los Angeles Airport Marriott
5855 West Century Boulevard, Los Angeles, California 90045

Registration and Breakfast 7:30 AM
Program: 8:00-11:00 AM

$75 through Friday, July 24, $100 thereafter
Limited Seating

Beacon Economics, the Graziadio School of Business and Management at Pepperdine University, and the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce have joined forces to launch a new, annual Los Angeles economic forecast conference. Join us at the inaugural event on Tuesday, July 28 as we provide a thought-provoking look at where the national, state, and Los Angeles economies are headed.

Leading economic forecasters, top academic researchers, and a high-profile CEO panel make this a "must see" event for decision makers from across private industry and the public sector. The buzz has already begun...and seating is register today!

Featured Speakers

Christopher Thornberg
Founding Principal
Beacon Economics

Linda A. Livingstone
Pepperdine University
Graziadio School of
Business and Management

Brad Kemp
Regional Studies
Beacon Economics

John Paglia
Assoc. Professor
Pepperdine University
Graziadio School of
Business and Management

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Dr. Ronald Sugar
Northrup Grumman

Maria Contreras-Sweet
Founding Chairwoman
Proamerica Bank

Dr. Bob Chu
Kaiser Permanente Southern California

(To Be Announced)

Get Answers to 2009's Burning Questions...
  • The stock market is screaming a "V" but bonds "U." What will this recovery look like for the state, the nation, and Southern California?
  • Home sales are up, but so are mortgage delinquencies. Which will matter more to the housing market recovery?
  • The Feds giveth but the state taketh away. How will the Golden State's budget turmoil affect Los Angeles?
Registrants receive:
  • 2009 Los Angeles Economic Forecast Book
  • 1 year of quarterly updates to the Los Angeles forecast

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