NABE Silicon Valley RoundTable

NABE Silicon Valley RoundTable

Meetings

Meetings are currently held on the second Tuesday of each month, except July and August.  Most meetings are held at the Menlo Park Library, although other locations are sometimes used.

Past meetings
October 14, 2014:  The Fairshare Model
Karl M Sjogren
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May 13, 2014:  The Economics of the Poor in Silicon Valley

Greg VonGehr is a Stanford MBA - retired computer executive - his wife is a Stanford oncologist. He is the Chair of the Santa Clara County Salvation Army.

Gregory H. Von Gehr has over 35 years of management experience having served as CEO or CFO of numerous industrial companies and as President or Managing Director of several investment firms.  As an operator, he has managed both start ups and turnarounds while raising over $100 million in growth capital.  Most recently, he served as CEO of Henley-Putnam University (www.henley-putnam.edu) from its nascent level into a premier, accredited educator in the field of counterterrorism and intelligence training with bachelors, masters and the first-ever doctorate degree in this field.  As an investment manager, Mr. Von Gehr served as Managing Director of a San Francisco based private equity fund, Lombard North America.  Previously, he served as General Partner of a limited partnership investing in leveraged buyouts, as President/Founder of an NASD licensed investment firm and as Vice President of a private placement venture firm.  Mr. Von Gehr began his career as a consultant and served as a Manager at McKinsey & Company.  He received his MBA degree from Stanford University, an MSc. Degree in economics from the London School of Economics & Political Science and a BA degree in economics from Pomona College.  Married for 38 years with one adult child, he is a founding lay leader in the formation of an Anglican diocese in Northern California, serves on the Development Committee of the Anglican Church of North America and is presently Chair of the Advisory Board of the Salvation Army in Santa Clara County.  He is an avid ocean sailor and holds a USCG license.

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April 8, 2014:  “A Deep Look at Our Economy”

Hanieh Bazargan is the CFO of Weather Tech Fasteners LLC.  She received her MBA and a second Masters in Finance from Northeastern University in Boston Massachusetts. Hanieh has great passion for Finance and Economics. Since 2007, she has been analyzing the economy via her private newsletters addressing 150 readers. Mrs. Bazargan was among the very few economists who accurately warned her readers against the crash of 2008. She also helped save her real estate clients from the real estate bust. Hanieh is now warning her readers and the general public against another devastating financial meltdown. Last but not least, Hanieh is a Martial Artist who finds Tae Kwon Do a major part of her life.

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March 11, 2014:  "Whatever Happened to Penny Candy"

Prashant Marathay's love affair with Economics began in 1983 when he became involved with Junior Achievement.  He followed that passion to the University of Arizona where he graduated with a degree in Economics and started working as a Financial Analyst.  Since then he has had the opportunity to work at some of Silicon Valley's finest companies including Intel, Apple and Google intertwining Economics, Engineering and Manufacturing.  His talk today is entitled TANSTAAFL (pronouced Tans-ta-fal) and "Whatever Happened to Penny Candy".

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February 11, 2014:  High Spped Rail
William Grindley
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January 14, 2014:  Smart Phone and Smart Device Security

 Jerome Svigals

Jerry was the father of magnetic striped cards and tickets. As an early pioneer in self-service banking at IBM, Jerry coordinated of all IBM electronic banking standards worldwide. Has authored 28 books on smart cards and electronic banking. He has been a frequent speaker at more than 300 finance industry conferences on the future of banking including technical and systems trends. Jerry is the owner and CEO of the Smart Card Institute.

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December 13, 2013:  Will ’14 Be Fortunate for Construction?
Ken Simonson is chief economist for the Associated General Contractors of America and immediate past president of the National Association for Business Economics.
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November 12, 2013:  Economics of the Stanford Sports Program

General revenues and expenses for collegic athletic programs, and the implications of revenue sharing for a multi-college conference will be examined. Scholarship allocations and NCAA championship bidding and hosting are also topics to be discussed.

 

 

Earl Koberlein, Senior Assistant Director, Stanford Sports Program

A Stanford men's basketball player from 1982-86, Earl Koberlein returned to Stanford in 1993 as the men's basketball administrative assistant and is now a Senior Associate Athletic Director for Intercollegiate Sports. Koberlein was promoted to Director of Intercollegiate Sports and Championships in 1996, was named an Assistant Athletic Director in 1999 and an Associate Athletic Director in 2001 before being named to his current post in 2006.

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October 8, 2013:  Economic Forces at Play
Mark Vitner
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September 17, 2013:  How to Successfully Drive Innovation • The basics of innovation - Definition & examples • Why does innovation matter? • Benefits of a managed innovation approach • Key factors for successful innovation • Forecast & conclusion
Christine Kohl-Zaugg, Founder & CIO of BluBubble – a Silicon-Valley based Innovation Services consultancy
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June 11, 2013:  Climate Policy in California

Cap-and-Trade Market - is it working?

Dr. Jasmin Ansar

Dr. Ansar is an economist currently teaching at Mills College, Oakland and at Sonoma State. Prior to this, Jasmin worked as a Climate Economist at the Union of Concerned Scientists. The focus of her work at UCS was designing and advocating for effective global warming policies with particular emphasis on proposals currently being reviewed in California and as part of the Western Climate Initiative.

Prior to joining UCS, Dr. Ansar was a professor for ten years in England and taught Econometrics and Economics at the City University, London. She spent a year at Purdue University as a visiting professor and then spent the next twenty years as an economist and strategic planner in the energy sector working on regulatory reform initiatives, energy efficiency and environmental policy. 

Dr. Ansar has a PhD in economics from the University of Southampton, England, a Diploma/MSc. in econometrics and economics from the University of Southampton, England and a B.A. in economics with mathematics from Sussex University, England.

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May 14, 2013:  The Fiscal Cliff II: Is your 401(k) on the chopping block?

Stephen L. Dobrow, ERPA, APA, CPC is president of Primark Benefits and is a frequent speaker and teacher. A San Francisco native, Stephen entered the retirement field in 1976 and has led Primark Benefits since 1990. He is licensed to practice before the IRS as an Enrolled Retirement Plan Agent.

Stephen holds a degree in Management from Golden Gate University in San Francisco. Stephen formerly served as a chapter officer for the National Institute of Pension Administrators in which he has achieved the designation of Accredited Pension Administrator, was previously a Special Director of the American Academy of Actuaries, and is active in the Western Pension and Benefits Conference. Stephen also holds several designations issued by the American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries (ASPPA) including Qualified 401(k) Administrator, Qualified Plan Financial Consultant, Tax Exempt and Government Plan Consultant, and Certified Pension Consultant. He currently serves on committees as an ASPPA Past President. He was ASPPA’s President in 2009.

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April 21, 2013:  Members only Earth Day social. Our normal monthly meetings will resume in May.
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March 12, 2013:  Europe's Sovereign Debt Crisis: The End Game

Dr. Michael Hutchison is a professor of economics at University of California at Santa Cruz (UCSC) where he researches and teaches international finance and open economy macroeconomics. He is also Principal of California International Economic Consultants, a consulting firm specializing in statistical and economic research for financial institutions.

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February 12, 2013:  "Just Growth"

Dr. Chris Benner is an Associate Professor of Community and Regional Development at the University of California, Davis

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January 8, 2013:  America’s Energy Future
Dr. J. Winston Porter, President, Environmental Strategies (ES), Savannah, Georgia.
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December 12, 2012:  Mountain View or Google Town?
Tom Means, Ph.D., Director, Council for Economic Education, San Jose State University, and former Mayor, Mountain View (2008)
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November 13, 2012:  NABE SVRT Members Roundtable Presentation and Discussion
· Mike Bruzzone, “Intel Production Economics” · Doug Jones, presenting Tom Hester’s/Visa’s, “Why the Euro?” · Elena Smirnov-Otis, “The Diminishing Liability of Retirement” · Jerry Svigals, “World Wide Credit Card Status” · Anne Ramstetter Wenzel, “Health Care Sector and Reform: A Summary of the panel discussion from the NABE New York Annual Meeting.”
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October 9, 2012:  Our Next Meeting Will be October 9, 2012

No meeting in September.


TBA

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May 29, 2012:  Economic Outlook: Cyclical Recovery, Structural Challenges
John E. Silvia, Ph.D., Managing Director and Chief Economist, Wells Fargo Securities, LLC
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April 10, 2012:  Changes and Trends in the Book Publishing Industry

Mitchell Levy is the author of 12 business books and the CEO of the independent publishing house Happy About ( http://happyabout.com). After earning his MBA from the College of William and Mary, he spent 13 years working for corporations in IT, Finance, and Operations. He then spent 11 years as an entrepreneur creating 13 companies and strategic partnerships, including Happy About in 2005. During this timeframe, he created over 70 courses at various universities, online learning courses, and booked over 500 speakers at large-scale conferences. Mr. Levy is also partner of the physical networking firm CXOnetworking and sits on the Board of Directors at Rainmaker Systems (NASDAQ: RMKR). Previously, he created four executive education programs at two different Silicon Valley Universities, was the conference chair for four Comdex conferences focusing on business executives at medium-to-large sized enterprises, has contributed to and written over 100 articles, and given over 250 speeches on e-commerce and business.

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March 13, 2012:  Derivatives in the Financial Markets
Mariia Eroshin, CFA, CPA, CFP, Senior Portfolio Manager, U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management
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February 14, 2012:  A CUBIC MILE OF OIL: Realities and Options for Averting the Looming Global Energy Crisis
Ripudaman Malhotra, Associate Director of Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory, Physical Sciences Division, SRI International
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January 10, 2012:  Sovereign Debt Crises: The U.S. at its Founding and Recent Events in Europe and the U.S.
Ronald I. McKinnon, Ph.D., William D. Eberle Professor of International Economics (Emeritus), Stanford University.
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December 11, 2011:  Consumer Spending: Global forces at work and their impact in the U.S.
Tom Hester, Visa Business and Economic Insights
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November 8, 2011:  Painting With Numbers: Presenting Financials and Other Numbers so People Will Understand You


Randall Bolten, MBA

Randall Bolten is a longtime Silicon Valley financial executive.  His 30 years of experience includes nearly 20 years as a Chief Financial Officer, half that time with public companies (BroadVision and Phoenix Technologies) and the other half with startups, as well as management positions at Oracle and Tandem Computers.  He has seen firsthand how different the results can be when numbers are presented clearly, elegantly, and effectively – and when they are not.  This experience has made him passionate about the subject.   He holds an AB degree in economics from Princeton University and an MBA from Stanford University.

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October 11, 2011:  Will Living Longer Create or Destroy Wealth?
Sonia Arrison, Senior Fellow, Pacific Research Institute
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September 13, 2011:  Japan's Energy Trends:  The Current Situation and Future Perspectives
Sayaka Inoue, CEO and Consultant, Eneleap Consulting, LLC
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June 14, 2011:  For Profit Higher Education: What Lessons Does It Have for Traditional Colleges and Universities?
Kristine Chase, Ph.D., Professor, Graduate Business and Economics, St. Mary's College of California
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May 10, 2011:  Calif. AB32 and the Proposed Cap and Trade Program for Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction
Jasmin Ansar, Ph.D., Union of Concerned Scientists
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April 12, 2011:  "California Energy Markets vs. the CPUC: Why Are Renewables Contracts Labeled Top Secret?"
Jan Reid, President, Coast Economic Consulting
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March 8, 2011:  Retail Banking 2020, Asia
Jerome Svigals
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January 12, 2011:  Active vs. Passive Investing
Bob Sawyer, Open Investors Index
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December 15, 2010:  What’s Hot, What’s Not: Consumer & B2B Markets in 2010-2011
Anne Ramstetter Wenzel, M.A., Principal, Econosystems

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November 9, 2010:  High Performance Entrepreneurs: Women in High Tech
Cindy Padnos, MBA, Illuminate Ventrues

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October 12, 2010:  What BLS data are telling us about the current state of the US economy

Amar Mann, M.A., Regional Economist, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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September 14, 2010:  September 2010 Meeting Canceled.
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June 8, 2010:  Assessing the Sustainability of China’s and India’s Economic Rebounds
Cliff Tan, Stanford Center for International Development
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May 11, 2010:  The Economics of California’s High Speed Rail Project
William Grindley with financial analysis input from William Warren
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April 13, 2010:  Holographic Economics
Michael Warner
CEO and Founder, Quantum4D
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March 9, 2010:  Banking Industry Trends
Shayna Olesiuk
Regional Manager, FDIC Division of Insurance and Research
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February 9, 2010:  The Economic Potential of Legal Marijuana

Dale Gieringer, Ph.D., CANORML

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January 12, 2010:  The International Economic Outlook
Anne Ramstetter Wenzel, M.A.,
Principal with Econosystems
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December 9, 2009:  After the Dot-Com Bubble:  Silicon Valley High-Tech Employment and Wages
Mr. Amar Mann Regional Economist and Branch Chief for San Francisco, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
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November 10, 2009:  Is Intel a Monopolist?

Mike Bruzzone, Camp Marketing Consultancy

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October 13, 2009:  Selling Residential Solar—A Market Based Approach

Claire Starry, TDS Economics, and Gerald Bernstein, Stanford Transportation Group

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September 8, 2009:  Mortgage Magic—Real Estate Update
Doug Jones, Mortgage Magic
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June 9, 2009:  The Global Security Outlook: 2009-2015

Ken Jacobson, Retired Senior Arms Control Analyst, Lockheed Martin Space Systems

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May 12, 2009:  Bay Area Real Estate and Mortgage Trends for the Individual
Henry Kobbeman, Retired, Stanford University. Author of kobecon newsletter.
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April 14, 2009:  The Evolution of Consumer Payment Systems in the United States for Years 2002, 2007, and 2012
Jerome Svigals, Smart Card Institute
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March 10, 2009:  Roots of the Financial Crisis
Susan Woodward, financial economist and founder of Sand Hill Econometrics
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February 10, 2009:  The Status of the Venture Capital Market
Bronwyn Dylla Bailey, SVB Capital
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January 13, 2009:  San Francisco Bay Area Economic Outlook

Anne Ramstetter Wenzel

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December 10, 2008:  The Current Status and Outlook for the Nation’s Housing and Mortgage Markets

LaVaugh M. Henry, Ph.D.
Director, Economic Analysis, The PMI Group.

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November 11, 2008:  Meeting canceled because the Library will be closed for Veteran’s Day.
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September 9, 2008:  Energy from the OCS versus Renewable Sources: Implications for Powering America’s Passenger Vehicles

Jerry Bernstein, Managing Director, Stanford Transportation Group

Claire Starry, President, TDS Economics

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June 10, 2008:  What Happened to the Japanese Computer Invasion

Also: CLEANTECH INVESTMENTS

BRIEFING BY MORRISON AND FOERSTER

OVERVIEW OF HOT CLEANTECH TOPICS

SUBINDUSTRIES

CARBON SEQUESTRATION  (STOPPING ACTION)

CAPTURE AND STORAGE GAS

 

Jerry Svigals, Director
Smart Card Institute

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May 13, 2008:  Corporate Sustainability: Strategies and Implications
Jessica Fullmer, CEO/Founder, Sustainability Business Institute
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April 8, 2008:  Bringing Economic Geography into Demand Forecast

Paul Thomas
Chief Economist, Intel Corporation and NABE Board Member

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March 11, 2008:  Asset-backed securities and structured finance

Kenneth Whyburn, Partner
Orrick, Herrington, & Sutcliffe

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February 12, 2008:  U. S. Monetary Policy and the Economic Outlook

Yelena F. Takhtamanova

Economist

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

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January 8, 2008:  The US External Adjustment, the Dollar and the "Exorbitant Privilege"

Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas

Assistant Professor of Economics

University of California, Berkeley

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December 12, 2007:  The Outlook for the California Economy
Steve Levy, Center for the Continuing Study of the California Economy
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November 13, 2007:  Silicon Valley Attracts Entrepreneurs, World Wide "Seeking Seed Capital”

Panel Moderator: Hal Nissley, Boards-Early-Stage.com


Panelists:

Frank Carbone, CEO, "Wanted World Wide," debt collectors; Australia.

Dr Genie Laborde, Chairwoman, Two-In-Sync; author:

"Influencing with Integrity".

Don MacIntyre, CEO, Probe Array, test IC's while still in wafers.

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October 9, 2007:  The Flaw of Averages or Why Everything is Behind Schedule, Beyond Budget, and Below Projection
Sam L. Savage, Consulting Professor of Management Science & Engineering, Stanford University

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September 11, 2007:  Transactions Cards of the Future
Jerry Svigals
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June 12, 2007:  Angel Investing in Today’s Economy

Glen Balzer, Sand Hill Angels

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May 8, 2007:  Panel on Alternative Energy

Hal Nissley, Leslie Miller and Dr. Dale Nesbitt

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April 10, 2007:  Energy
James L. Sweeney
Professor
Management Science and Engineering
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March 13, 2007:  International Finance in the Post 9/11 World

Speaker: John B. Taylor, former undersecretary of the U.S. Treasury and Mary and Robert Raymond Professor of Economics at Stanford University as well as Bowen H. and Janice Arthur McCoy Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institute. His academic fields of expertise are macroeconomics, monetary economics, and international economics. He is k now for his research on the foundations of modern monetary theory and policy.

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February 13, 2007:  

Open Source Business Models

 


Bob Sawyer, Product Manager, Solid Information Technology

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January 9, 2007:  The San Francisco Bay Area Economic Outlook
Anne Ramstetter Wenzel, Econosystems
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December 13, 2006:  Medicine, Free Markets, and the Future of Health Care in the United States
Philip R. Alper, M.D., is the Robert Wesson Fellow in Scientific Philosophy and Public Policy at the Hoover Institution as well as a practicing Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco.

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November 14, 2006:  Change South of the Border
William Grindley
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October 10, 2006:  Seed Capital, Informal Observations

Hal Nissley, PE

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September 12, 2006:  The California Climate Change Act of 2006—Implications for California
Claire Starry, President, TDS Economics
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June 13, 2006:  Experimental Economics Research at HP’s Information Services and Process Innovation Lab

Kay-Yut Chen,

Principal Scientist, Hewlett-Packard

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May 9, 2006:  Brains, Bucks, and Bulls: Silicon Valley’s Innovation Formula

Tom Abate, Writer

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March 14, 2006:  Harnessing Fusion Energy -- Imagine a World Where Water is the Most Efficient Energy Source

MARK L. LUDWIG

CEO, Impulse Devices, Inc.

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February 14, 2006:  Foreign Remittance and Economic Development in Emerging Economies
John D. Hipsley
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January 10, 2006:  Perspectives 2016 Panel Discussion

Ken Jacobson, Moderator

William Grindley

Knud Jacobs

Anne Wenzel

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December 14, 2005:  Poverty As An Opportunity -- A New Twist on Doing Business in Emerging Markets
Eliot Jamison, Origo Global Business Advisors
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November 8, 2005:  Perspectives on Regional Housing Markets
Marco Van Akkeren, Economist, PMIGroup
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October 11, 2005:  What is Behavioral Economics and Why are We Studying It?
Roger Mack
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September 13, 2005:  What’s on the California ballot besides politicians
Dr. Gloria S. Hom, Past Chairman, Department of Economics, Division Chariman for Social Sciences, Mission College. 
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June 14, 2005:  The San Francisco Bay Area Economic Outlook:  Profits Up, Job Growth Sideways -- When will the good times return for Bay Area Workers?

Anne Ramstetter Wenzel, Econosystems

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May 10, 2005:  Skype – A Conversation on the Future of Telephony
Stuart Henshall
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April 12, 2005:  The Dutch Auction - Enhancing Transparency and Access Through Auction-Based Pricing

Matt Venturi, Venturi & Company, LLC

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March 8, 2005:  Evolution of the Plastic Card Transaction Market:
From magnetic stripes to radio frequency (contactless) cards.

Jerome Svigals, Director, Smart Card Institute
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February 8, 2005:  Expansion Path for 2005
Gary Zimmerman, Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
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January 11, 2005:  Small Cap Investing: The Enterprise Value Approach
Robert Raney, Vice President - WR Hambrecht + Co.
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December 15, 2004:  How Global Economic Analysis Can Aid in Predicting the Right Investments
Bud Conrad
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November 9, 2004:  The World Dollar Standard and De-industrialization in the United States 

Ronald McKinnon, Professor of Economics, Stanford University

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October 12, 2004:  Complements, Components, and Innovation
Hal Varian
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June 8, 2004:  Stakeholder Economics and Corporate Performance Management
Dave Vincent, The Information Group
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May 11, 2004:  Liquidity Theory of Equity Markets
Madeline Schnapp, TrimTabs.com Investment Research
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April 13, 2004:  Economic Trends in Silicon Valley
Doug Henton, Collaborative Economics
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March 9, 2004:  NABE's U.S. Economic Outlook
Duncan Meldrum, President, NABE
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February 10, 2004:  Merger Waves and the Current Market for Corporate Control
James Van Horne, GSB Stanford University
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January 13, 2004:  Income Mobility in California
Michael Dardia, VP, Sphere Institute
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December 10, 2003:  Holiday Luncheon
The Sizzling U.S. Economy: Will the Bay Area Finally Be Pulled Along?

Anne Ramstetter Wenzel, Econosystems
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November 13, 2003:  Issues Facing California
Gloria Hom, Mission College
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October 14, 2003:  Re-jumpstarting Silicon Valley – Finding the “It” in IT (Information Technology)
Thomas Buckholtz
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September 9, 2003:  Making The Technology Business Plan Work
Martin D. Pichinson, Sherwood Partners
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June 10, 2003:  Economics and Investing: A Prediction for the Rest of the Decade
Bud Conrad, Investor
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April 10, 2003:  The Future of Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital
Bill Reichert, Garage Technology Ventures
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March 11, 2003:  Keeping the law out of the way
Lawrence Lessig, Stanford Law School
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February 6, 2003:  The Tug of War of Today’s Inflation Living with Price Stability: Back to the 1950s?
Harvey Rosenblum, President NABE, SVP & Research Director of the Dallas Fed
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January 14, 2003:  Shine & Shadow in the Valley: The Trials of High Tech
Fred Hoar, Santa Clara University
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November 12, 2002:  Risks--and Benefits--of Deflation
Bradford Delong, UC Berkeley, Economics
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September 10, 2002:  Angel Investing with NASDAQ at 1400; a Contrarian View
Hal Nissley, International Angelinvestors.org
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June 13, 2002:  The Income Statement: Declaring Defeat and Moving On
James Van Horne, GSB Stanford University
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March 28, 2002:  The Timing and Scope of the 2002 Economic Rebound
Mike Englund, MMS/Standard and Poors
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February 12, 2002:  The Current Economy: Fiscal and Monetary Effects of Policies and Trends
Roger Mack, Alternative Decisions
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