Yana vander Meulen Rogers
One can make a human rights case and a moral case for LGBT rights, but sometimes policymakers need quantitative evidence that more inclusion matters and this talk presents those numbers. The talk is based on USAID report co-authored by several feminist economists.
Gary A. Wagner
Gary A. Wagner, vice president and senior regional officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, gave a presentation on the economy. As part of the nation’s central bank, the Cleveland Fed participates in the formulation of U.S. monetary policy, supervises banking organizations and provides payment and other services to financial institutions. With branches in Cincinnati and Pittsburgh, the Cleveland Fed serves Ohio, western Pennsylvania, eastern Kentucky and the northern panhandle of West Virginia.
This presentation was sponsored by the Wright State Economics Club.
Alla Semenova, Assistant Professor of Economic, Dickinson College, presented on the Origin of Money. The seminar is part of the Pisediscalzi Lecture Series. Dr. Nicholas Pisediscalzi was the founding chair of the Religion Department and a life-long student of the dialectic of Religion and Culture—especially Art, literature, and Politics. The seminar was cosponsored by the Departments of Religion, Philosophy and Classics and the Department of Economics, Wright State University.