12/17: NEC Annual Members Dinner Edmund S. Phelps,

  • 17 Dec 2012
  • 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
  • Embassy of Canada 501 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, D.C. 20001
  • 13

Registration

  • The organization is a current Institutional Member of the NEC.
  • Student currently enrolled in the MA Applied Econ Program at JHU.
  • Person whose current status with the NEC is NOT expired or lapsed. Is a current member at the time of registration. Members may bring only one guest at the member rate. All other must register as Non Members.
  • Certain organizations: SGE, NABE, Wharton Club
  • Not a current NEC Member

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Reservations:  We have reached our limit and reservations are now closed.  We will be unable to accommodate anyone without a reservation for this event.  Due to Embassy security, walk-ins will NOT be allowed nor will attendees be able to substitute someone in their place to attend.


Edmund S. Phelps
Professor
Columbia University

"Innovatorship and Grassroots Dynamism" 

This year’s dinner, to be co-hosted with The Embassy of Canada, will feature the first annual NEC Herbert Stein Memorial Lecture, delivered by Edmund S. Phelps, winner of the 2006 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Science. The Stein lecture honors Herb Stein, NEC’s founding President and Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under two U.S. presidents. Stein’s son, economist (also actor / writer / lawyer) Ben Stein will attend and speak in remembrance of his father. Glen Hodgson, SVP and Chief Economist for the Conference Board of Canada, will deliver remarks on the Canadian economy. Schedule permitting, we will have words of welcome from the Canadian Ambassador, Gary Doer. 

The evening will begin with cocktails and an outstanding harpist in the Embassy's magnificent rooftop Niagara Room, followed by the banquet in the Canada Room.  And since modern economics began with Adam Smith in Scotland, as you arrive at the Embassy, you will be greeted by a bagpiper.  


 Reception Menu

(6:00 to 7:00 p.m.)

Canadian Beer, Wine and Soda Bar

 with

 Bison Carpaccio on Crostini

(Topped with Baby Arugula and Maple Mustard)

Artichokes with Parmesan Cheese

(In a delicate pastry baked until golden brown)

Canadian Lobster Fritters

(With Tahitian Vanilla Butter)


Dinner Menu

(7:00 to 8:00 p.m.)

Wine Service

ASPARAGUS AND SHIITAKE SALAD

Topped With Shaved Parmesan And White Truffle Oil

ENTREE OPTION 1

Roasted Canadian Salmon

(Served Over Wild Pecan Rice And Grilled Asparagus)

ENTREE OPTION 2

Filet Mignon Medallion

(Offered With A Port Wine And Roasted Shallot Sauce and Served Accompanied By Wild Pecan Rice And Grilled Asparagus)

CREAMY MAPLE MOUSSE

(With Fruit Coulis)

~ SERVED WITH DESSERT ~

Freshly Brewed Regular And Decaffeinated Coffee And Assorted Hot Tea

Accompanied By Cream, Sugar And Honey

Note:  Smoking is NOT allowed on Embassy premises

**Credit card only payment will be accepted for this event and must be paid in advance of the event, not later than COB Tuesday, 12-11-12**


Dress is Business Attire

Press:  Please contact Holly.Wade@nfib.org for details on attendance.  The dinner portion will not be available.

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