Seventh Annual Missouri Economics Conference

March 30 - 31, 2007
Reynolds Alumni Center, University of Missouri—Columbia

The Research Divisions of the Federal Reserve Banks of Kansas City and St. Louis along with the Department of Economics at the University of Missouri—Columbia are pleased to announce the seventh Missouri Economics Conference, which will take place at the University of Missouri on Friday and Saturday, March 30 - 31, 2007.

The deadline to submit papers for the 2007 Missouri Economics Conference has now passed.

Keynote Speakers:
David Levine, Washington University in St Louis
James Hamilton, University of California - San Diego

Registration:
Nonpresenters are invited to participate, and everyone must register. To register, send an e-mail to Joann Kunza <kunzaj@missouri.edu>. There are no registration fees. Attendance is limited by available space and hence all participants must pre-register. The registration deadline to be included for luncheons and dinner is March 10, 2007. Late registrations may be accepted if space is available.

Sessions:
Concurrent sessions will consist of four papers. Participants will have 30 minutes to present a paper. All sessions will take place at the Reynolds Alumni Center on campus (Maryland Avenue between Conley Avenue and Rollins Road).

Hotel Arrangements:
A block of rooms has been reserved for conference participants at the Drury Inn Columbia (hotel amenities).

Travel Information:
Driving to the Conference: A Map to the University of Missouri, Columbia is posted at http://map.missouri.edu/.

Flying to the Conference:
The local airport is Columbia Regional Airport. It is generally cheaper to fly to Kansas City (126 miles to the west) or St. Louis (125 miles to the east) and either rent a car or take a shuttle bus. The MO-X shuttle offers service from the Kansas City and St. Louis airports to Columbia. Details about the MO-X shuttle can be found at https://www.moexpress.com/tac/default.aspx.


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