“Pandemic Economics: What does it mean for Rhode Island?” (COVID-19 and Public Finances in Rhode Island )
Bryant University and the Rhode Island Foundation are partnering on a series of moderated Zoom panel discussions with leaders and policy makers to help Rhode Islanders understand the economic impact of COVID-19 and how the state can move forward toward recovery and growth for all.
To follow are details on each event and distinguished panelists for “Pandemic Economics: What does it mean for Rhode Island?” The events are free and open to the public, but registration for each panel is required. Registration information here.
Jeffrey Thompson, Economist and Vice President, New England Public Policy Center, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston,
Paul Dion, Chief, Office of Revenue Analysis, Rhode Island Department of Revenue
Michael DiBiase, President and CEO, Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council
Gary Sasse, Director, Bryant University Hassenfeld Institute for Public Leadership
Wednesday, May 27 at 10:00amVirtual Event