Grossman Presents Great Depression Economics Paper in London

Richard Grossman, professor of economics, presented a paper, co-authored with Chris Meissner (University of California at Davis), titled, “International Aspects of the Great Depression,” at a conference on Lessons from the 1930s Great Depression for the Making of Economic Policy, hosted by the British Academy in London on April 16-17.  Grossman also served as a discussant for a paper on “The Political Lessons of Depression-Era Banking Reform.” Conference papers are available online.