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Tomorrow: Webinar -- COVID-19, debt monetization, and lessons from war financing

Webinar
COVID-19, debt monetization, and lessons from war financing
by Harold James

With introductions by Markus Brunnermeier, Director of the Princeton Bendheim Center for Finance

Event Details
Friday, April 24
12:30 PM ET

Space is limited, pre-registration is required. A Zoom link will be emailed to those who register early the morning of the event. The Zoom webinar room will open to attendees five minutes before the webinar begins.

On Friday, April 24 at 12:30 PM ET, Harold James will join the Princeton Bendheim Center for Finance for a webinar on the history of war financing and lessons for COVID-19. James is Professor of History and International Affairs at Princeton University.

The event will begin with a brief discussion by Markus Brunnermeier, Director of the Princeton Bendheim Center for Finance. James will then present. Both Brunnermeier and James will take questions from the audience throughout the event.

Visit the COVID-19 webinar series page for all upcoming events and to watch video and download slides from past events: https://bcf.princeton.edu/event-directory/covid19/

REGISTER HERE:
https://bcf.princeton.edu/event-directory/covid19_10/

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