above: Brandeis NABE Chapter board members with NABE president Ken Simonson at the chapter-launching event, IBS.
The Brandeis NABE Chapter is a student chapter of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE). The club is dedicated to students interested in a career in economics or finance, as a macroeconomic vision is integral for both. Since its formation in January 2012, the chapter has organized numerous networking events with top-tier business professionals and academics, held in Washington DC, New York City and here at Brandeis. In February 2013, the group held the first Crisis Game event, an inter-school competition that challenges students' knowledge of economics, finance and market regulation, while offering excellent networking opportunities and prizes in the form of internships.
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above: NABE members at the 54th NABE Annual Meeting in New York City.
Media Coverage of Brandeis NABE:
above: The Economic Policy Conference in Virginia.
March 25th-27th: 28th NABE Economic Policy Conference, VA
April 27th: Economic Careers in Finance and Industry, Brandeis University
October 13th-16th: 54th NABE Annual Meeting, New York
October 19th: Lunch with Ken Simonson (NABE President), at Brandeis University
February 1st: Crisis Game, Brandeis University
March 3rd-5th: NABE Economic Policy Conference, Washington DC
Tentative: Lunch with business economists
above: NABE members attending the 54th Annual NABE meeting in New York City.