program, which is co-sponsored by The Lane Report
and Commerce Lexington Inc., begins at 8:30 a.m.,
following registration and a continental breakfast.
The registration fee is $60.
Ky. (Jan. 22, 2004) -- Experts
of the University
of Kentucky Gatton College of Business and Economics will
offer their insights on the 2004 economy and
the issues affecting the economy at the 2004
Economic Roundtable on Tuesday, Feb. 3, at Lexington’s
Radisson Plaza Hotel.
J. Mullineaux, the duPont Endowed Chair in Banking
and Financial Services and director of the School
of Management, will discuss the national economic
outlook, while the outlook for Kentucky’s
economy will be presented by Eric C. Thompson,
director of the Center for Business and Economic
Research and associate professor of economics.
Tom Pope, the Ernest & Young Professor of Accountancy,
will discuss 2004’s new tax law developments.
In addition, a panel discussion on the Kentucky
and Lexington economic outlook will be facilitated
by Thompson and will include Brent Ambrose, professor
of real estate and director of the Center for Real
Estate Studies; Bob Quick, president, CEO and secretary
Lexington Inc.; and Sylvia Lovely, executive
director and CEO of the Kentucky
League of Cities.
program, which is co-sponsored by The
Lane Report and Commerce Lexington Inc., begins
at 8:30 a.m., following registration and a continental
breakfast. The registration fee is $60.
more information or to register, contact UK’s International
Business and Management Center, 245 Gatton
College of Business and Economics Building, University
of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40506-0034, or phone
(859) 257-8746 or toll-free (800) 284-6407.