Chicago Booth Japan Club Evening with Prof. Emeritus Robert Z. Aliber
April 9, 2015: 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Join fellow Chicago Booth Alumni and friends for an evening with Robert Z. Aliber, Professor Emeritus of International Economics and Finance.
Kachidoki Boarding Port - Japan Houseboat Excursions
Kachidoki Boarding Port
Join fellow Chicago Booth Alumni and UChicago Alumni club members and friends for an evening with Robert Z. Aliber, Professor Emeritus of International Economics and Finance. We will enjoy a private houseboat tour (yakatabune) of the Tokyo Bay area that includes delicious Japanese traditional cuisine and drinks.
Date: April 9, 2015
Registration: 7:00 - 7:30pm. Attendees should arrive by 7:15 as the houseboat will depart promptly at 7:30.
Cost: 6,000 yen for the first 25 registrations of dues paid Aumni; 9,000 yen for other alumni and family members; 10,000 yen for non-alumni; any cancellations or no-shows after April 6th will be charged 9,000 yen; register HERE.
Annual Dues of 5,000 yen payment to support future event at event reception is encouraged.
Locaton: The departure area will be near Kachidoki with the closest subway lines including Oedo Line (Kachidoki Station, Exit A2 - 5 minute walk) and Yurakucho Line (Tsukishima Station - a 13 minute walk.). The boarding port location can be accessed at: www.yakata-bune.com/noriba/
First 25 Dues Paid Alumni - 6,000 yen
Other Dues Paid Alumni/Family - 9,000 yen
Non-alumni - 10,000 yen
No shows or cancellations after April 6th will be charged 9,000 yen
The departure area will be near Kachidoki with the closest subway lines including Oedo Line (Kachidoki Station, Exit A2 - 5 minute walk) and Yurakucho Line (Tsukishima Station - a 13 minute walk.). The boarding port location can be accessed at: www.yakata-bune.com/noriba/
Robert Z. Aliber (Speaker)
Professor Emeritus of International Economics and Finance
Robert Z. Aliber has written extensively about exchange rates, and international financial and banking relationships and policy problems. Publications include The Reconstruction of International Monetary Arrangements (ed., Macmillan, 1986), The Handbook of International Financial Management (ed. Dow Jones Irwin, 1989),. and Global Portfolios (co-editor, Business One Irwin, 1991). He is a co-author of Money, Banking, and the Economy (Norton, First Edition, 1981, Fourth Edition 1990), Manias, Panics, and Crashes: A History of Financial Crises (Palgrave MacMillan, 2005), and author of The International Money Game (Palgrave MacMillan, 2001).
While at Chicago, he developed the Program of International Studies in Business and the Center for Studies in International Finance. He has consulted to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and to other U.S. government agencies, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, and to the research institutes and private firms, testified before committees of the Congress, and lectured extensively in the United States and abroad.
Neil Faust, '91