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Crisis Bailouts, Public Infrastructure, and the Need for a National Investment Authority


Date:
Thursday, June 18, 2020
Time:
3:00PM-4:00PM
Location:
WEBINAR
Speaker(s):
Saule Omarova, Beth & Marc Goldberg Professor of Law
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You are cordially invited to a Cornell Law School virtual presentation.
 
“Crisis Bailouts, Public Infrastructure, and the Need for a National Investment Authority”
 
The COVID-19 pandemic underscored the need for an effective institutional mechanism for mobilizing the nation’s financial and economic resources in response to systemic crises. Multi-trillion emergency relief and stimulus programs are at the center of the current crisis response, but their ultimate economic and political impact will depend greatly on the government’s ability to implement them efficiently and transparently. And, as we emerge from the pandemic, policymakers’ focus will need to shift to developing a national strategy of rebuilding the country’s crumbling public infrastructure and enhancing the long-term resilience of the U.S. economy. We need a strong institutional platform for managing this national recovery project.
 
Join Professor Omarova as she discusses a proposal to establish a National Investment Authority (NIA), an institutional platform for coordinating and facilitating the flow of public and private capital into productive enterprise, both in crisis times and beyond.
 
Presenter:
Saule Omarova

Beth and Marc Goldberg Professor of Law, Cornell Law School
 
Thursday, June 18, 2020
Virtual Presentation

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT
 
Please click HERE to register or email law.alumni@cornell.edu with any questions. 
Registration deadline is Monday, June 15.
Login instructions will be sent to all registrants on June 17.