Financial Fundamentals of Williams College (9/21)

Financial Fundamentals of Williams College
Presented by Dukes Love
Thursday, September 21, 2017
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Griffin 3
Registration required, register below.Where does our money come from? How do we spend it? What are the major risks that we face? And how do we ensure that each dollar that we spend goes to the best possible use? In this presentation, Dukes will present an overview of the college’s financial picture that focuses on our most important priorities and resources.  He’ll also talk about the evolution of staffing at the college and highlight some major areas of change in the composition of faculty and staff.
 
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Provost, Professor of Economics
Provost's Office
Economics Department
Hopkins Hall
413-597-4352

About the Presenter

David Love, known as “Dukes,” has taught at Williams since 2003 and served as Provost since the fall of 2016. He has taught classes in macroeconomics at all levels, ranging from a principles course to an advanced-topics senior seminar. He has served the College as the chair of the Faculty Compensation Committee and as a member of the Faculty Steering Committee, Committee on Priorities and Resources, Benefits Committee, WEPO Selection Committee, Faculty Interview Panel, Faculty Review Panel, Sustainability Plan Development Group, the Mead Committee, and the Committee on Student Course Evaluations and Pedagogy.

His research studies macroeconomics, household saving, portfolio allocation, and private pensions. His published work has appeared in leading academic journals, including the Economic Journal, the Journal of Monetary Economics, the Review of Financial Studies, the Journal of Financial Economics, and the Journal of Public Economics. In addition, he served as an editor at the Journal of Pension Economics and Finance. He was formerly a Research Economist at the Federal Reserve Board, and he has taught as a visitor at Columbia University and Yale University.

Love received a B.A. in economics from the University of Michigan in 1996 and his Ph.D. in economics from Yale University in 2003.


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