ADVISORY/The Election: Political Predictions and Economic Consequences
Business Editors/High-Tech Writers
ADVISORY…for Tuesday (March 30)
What: An evening with Tom Campbell, dean of the Haas School
of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.
Dean Campbell will discuss the upcoming presidential
election and the economic impact of its outcome in
front of a gathering of UC Berkeley alumni.
Before becoming dean, Campbell was elected five
times to represent the Silicon Valley in the US House
of Representatives, 1989-1993 and 1995-2000. During a
two-year term as California state senator (1993-1995)
he earned ratings by the Sacramento-based California
Journal as the most ethical state senator, the best
overall senator, and the senate’s best problem-solver.
This event is organized by the New England Chapter
of the Haas Alumni Network. Hors d-oeuvres will be
When: Tuesday, March 30, 2004
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Who: Tom Campbell, Dean of UC Berkeley’s Haas School of
Business and former Congressman and California State
Topic: The Election: Political Predictions and Economic
Where: The Union Club of Boston
8 Park Street,
Details: Dean Campbell holds a BA and MA in economics from the
University of Chicago, a JD from Harvard, and a Ph.D.
in economics from the University of Chicago.
RSVP: Representatives from the media gratis with RSVP;
$25 to the public.
RSVP to John Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org
or at 508-881-6855.
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