Maintaining the Quality and Integrity of US Government Data: A Discussion and Mixer for Journalists and Economists
Tuesday, July 16 from 3:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.
Four Seasons Hotel located at 2800 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington D.C.
For the third year, the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing (SABEW) and the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) will partner on a program and reception in July during NABE’s 16th annual Economic Measurement Seminar in Washington, D.C.
Panelists include: William Beach, commissioner, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Brian Moyer, acting under secretary for economic affairs and director, Bureau of Economic Analysis; and Ron S. Jarmin, deputy director and chief operating officer, U.S. Census Bureau.
Moderator: Scott Horsley, chief economics correspondent, NPR
Register for this discussion and mixer. This event is free to SABEW and NABE members.
Update: June 17, 2019
This discussion and mixer is part of NABE’s two-day Economic Measurement Seminar (EMS) July 15-16 at the Four Seasons Hotel. For the second year in a row, this seminar will also be available to SABEW members.
The EMS has long been counted on by business economists to provide a deep dive into the most widely-used economic indicators, how they are compiled, and how they are used by economists to understand the macroeconomy.
Attend the entire EMS, network with prominent economists and statisticians, and uncover the answers to all of your nagging economics questions! PLUS: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President and CEO Robert Kaplan will be the keynote luncheon speaker on Tuesday, July 16.
*Special Offer: SABEW Members can save $150 and attend the full two-day seminar at the same rate as NABE Members ($500). Or attend the day of FRB Dallas President Kaplan’s speech only (Tuesday, July 16) at the rate of $300. When registering, please be sure to select the appropriate “SABEW Member” option. Advance registration ends on July 10; the rates will then increase to $600 and $400, respectively.
Register now for the full two-day seminar.
Register here for July 16 only, which includes the lunch with President Kaplan.