Money Matters: Macroeconomic Policy in a Pandemic and What it Means for Main Street
Apr 27, 2020 12:00 PM
Facebook LIVE Event: Dr. Joe Santos
Money Matters: Macroeconomic Policy in a Pandemic and What it Means for Main Street

Downtown Sioux Falls Rotary will offer online-only programming while we aren't able to meet in-person.  Dr. Joe Santos, Professor and Dykhouse Scholar in Money, Banking, and Regulation in the Ness School of Management and Economics at South Dakota State University, will join us.  We will discuss what affect the pandemic and the federal government's financial responses will have on main street.

The LIVE Facebook program will begin at noon. The direct link to the Facebook page is:  https://www.facebook.com/siouxfallsdowntownrotary/

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About the Speaker:

Joe Santos is Professor and Dykhouse Scholar in Money, Banking, and Regulation in the Ness School of Management and Economics at South Dakota State University, where he coordinates the Ness School’s graduate programs.  Joe teaches macroeconomics and monetary and financial economics.  A primary area of Joe’s research is central banking and, specifically, how monetary policies shape patterns of inflation and output growth.  Additionally, Joe studies the regulatory burden that financial regulation—including, for example, the Dodd-Frank Act—imposes on community banks.  On two occasions, Joe was a visiting scholar with the Supervision, Regulation, and Credit division of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.  In his spare time, Joe is the voice of Morning Macro (http://schooleddotblog.com), which airs most Mondays on South Dakota Public Radio’s In the Moment with Lori Walsh.  Joe earned his M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics from Rutgers University.