Economics

This class will show the role of banking in recessions and depressions.  Students will learn the benefits and risks of the Fractional Reserve Banking System.  We will use the system as a lens through which we will examine and understand the causes and effects of the 2008 Great Recession.

Presenter: Miles Jackson
Grades:  6th – 12th Grades
Dates:   Tuesdays / Wednesdays  September 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, 30
8 sessions
Times:  12:00 – 12:45 pm Pacific Standard Time

Miles Jackson

By studying Economics at Pacific University, I aim to help drive the world in the right direction. Social justice, environmental sustainability, and the development of a world with entirely new sources of energy, are all problems I intend to tackle on my journey.

I find financial systems fascinating and hope that, throughout my experience as an undergraduate, I am able to immerse myself in environments that allow me to better understand the inner and outer workings of the macro/micro economy. I want to be a part of improving the world through a socio-economic lens.

I have an interest in Venture Capitalism as a means to inspire the change I wish to create in the world; however, this interest does not limit the scope to which my curiosity extends. I am currently searching for jobs that will allow me to work with other individuals who are just as passionate about the future as me!

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