Every modern president has used tariffs in one way or another. What sets President Trump’s tariffs apart is their size, duration, voracity, and rhetoric.
Please be our guest at our upcoming policy luncheon, which features a presentation on the Trump tariffs by a Purdue University Research Center in Economics (PURCE) faculty affiliate; a catered lunch; networking; and a short Q&A session.
Dr. Anson Soderbery, Associate Professor of Economics in the Krannert School of Management, will explore whether it is possible for importers to gain from tariffs. To do so, he’ll theoretically and empirically examine three key concepts and indicators: terms of trade, passthrough and importer market power.
Join us for our next monthly Economic Policy Luncheon:
Thursday, February 20, 2020
Krannert School of Management’s Rawls Hall
3rd Floor Commons
100 South Grant Street
West Lafayette, Indiana
Please RSVP by February 17 by filling in and submitting this short form: http://attend.com/PURCEFeb2020
Reach out to us with questions: [email protected] and (765) 494-3782.
Parking is available in the nearby Grant Street parking garage, and we have a parking pass for you.
We look forward to welcoming you to this PURCE Economic Policy Luncheon on February 20.
Visit krannert.purdue.edu/centers/purce to learn more about our economics center.