This is a placeholder for the IMA Houston Chapter meeting on November 15 at 6:30 pm. It will be held virtually.
Topic: Texas Regional Economy
Speaker: Christopher Slijk, Associate Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
CPE: 1.5 hrs (ICMA)To Register:
Link: To be given
Registration is mandatory to participate. To ensure accurate CPE reporting, please provide your correct IMA member number as listed in your IMA membership profile. Your first and last name should also be as per your IMA profile. If any details are incorrect this could delay your CPE credits being reported to your transcript and error with your certificate of attendance.
Non-IMA members, put "N/A" in Member number field.
About the Speaker
Christopher Slijk is an associate economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. As a member of the Research Department’s regional group, Slijk’s work focuses on economic growth in Texas and the Eleventh Federal Reserve District. He coordinates the production and written releases of the Dallas Fed’s Texas Service Sector and Retail Outlook Surveys. He also produces articles for various Bank publications and academic journals. His background includes work in time-series forecasting, real-time data analysis, and regional economic development.
Slijk is a Certified Business Economist by the National Association of Business Economics. He has an MS in applied economics from Johns Hopkins University and a BA in economics from Cornell University.