By Zoom until further notice
February -- The Economics Club (EC) is planning to have 2 meetings in February, one by Zoom and one in-person at the Bird Key Yacht Club. The Moderator will be Dr. Adrian Moore.
February 14 - Nolan Grey, California YIMBY, on Housing Supply and Affordability. This meeting will be on Zoom, starting at 9 AM.
February 28 - Liad Wagman, Prof. Of Economics at Ill. Institute of Technology, on the Economics of Privacy. The meeting will be held in-person (No Zoom) at Bird Key Yacht Club. Breakfast will begin at 8:30, speaker starts at 9, and we will end about 10 AM.
There is no charge to attend EC Zoom meetings, and the in-person breakfast meetings will cost $30. More information will be forthcoming in EC emails. Anyone who is interested may join the EC email list. To join, simply contact the Coordinator, Chuck Albers (Columbia MBA, 1967) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Starting September 27th, the Sarasota Economics Club will be meeting in person every 4th Tuesday of the month, except December. Here are the details you will want and need in order to participate:
1. In person meetings will usually not be broadcast on Zoom, so you will need to attend in person to hear the speaker.
2. Meetings will be in the Chart Room (turn left after entering the Club) at the Bird Key Yacht Club (BKYC), 301 Bird Key Drive.
3. Cost will be $30 per person. Pay in cash when you arrive at the event. Prior to the event I will send an invitation including a link you will need to click and register for the event. It will be simple, but YOU MUST REGISTER in advance by the deadline because we have to give BKYC the headcount for breakfast. Meals will be an assortment of hot and cold drinks, pastries and bread, eggs, bacon, potatoes and fruit.
4. Timing of each meeting
--plan to arrive between 8:00 and 8:15am in time to pay for the meeting, pick a seat and chat.
--you must be IN YOUR SEAT at 8:30am so servers can bring in the breakfast plates.
--plates will be cleared about 8:50
--9am the speaker will begin
--10am event ends.
1)The Economics Club has always been an oasis of civility and respectful discussion. Please keep that tradition alive and be respectful of all participants.
2) Please wear a name badge or name tag (applicable once we resume in person meetings).