Lessons from the NYC Fiscal Crisis: 30 Years Later
From Baruch DML
Felix Rohatyn, former U.S. Ambassador to France, former chairman of the Municipal Assistance Corporation and instrumental player in helping New York City emerge from bankruptcy serves as the keynote speaker.
Welcoming remarks are made by Louise Mirrer, president and CEO of the New-York Historical Society; and Kathleen Waldron, president of Baruch College.
Acting Dean of the School of Public Affairs, David Birdsell introduces and moderates the panel, consisting of: Eugene Keilin, founder, Keilin & Co. LLC and former executive director and chair of the Muncipal Assistance Corporation; Dall Forsyth, distinguished lecturer at the School of Public Affairs and former budget director for the State of New York; and Ronnie Lowenstein, director of the New York City Independent Budget Office.
The co-sponsored event takes place October 25, 2005 at the New-York Historical Society.