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Former White House Economic Adviser to Discuss How to Compete in a Global Economy

Posted 04/26/2010
Posted by Meagan Fazio

Todd Buchholz, a former White House economic adviser, will discuss emerging issues in free enterprises at the 2010 Deeds Symposium at the University of Hartford on Monday, April 26, at 7:30 p.m. in Wilde Auditorium, Harry Jack Gray Center, University of Hartford, 200 Bloomfield Ave., West Hartford. This year's Symposium will explore "How to Compete in a Global Economy."

Buchholz served as a White House director for economic policy from 1989 to 1992. He is a managing director of the $15 billion Tiger hedge fund and an award-winning economics professor at Harvard University. He is also a renowned author and a frequent commentator on ABC News, PBS, and CBS.

Buchholz earned advanced degrees in economics and law from Cambridge and Harvard. He holds several engineering and design patents and is a co-producer of the Broadway smash "Jersey Boys."

The Deeds Symposium was created in 1982 at the University of Hartford to provide a forum for the discussion of free-market principles. Program speakers are internationally known participants in the continuing discussion of free enterprise and government.