Kansas economic expert to speak in Wichita

This week Dr. Art Hall will appear twice in Wichita. Hall is the Director of the Center for Applied Economics at the Kansas University School of Business. Hall has performed extensive research on the Kansas economy, and has produced a number of reports that have generated controversy, largely for their blunt assessment of the situation in Kansas.

On Thursday (December 16), Hall will speak at an event sponsored by Americans for Prosperity, Kansas chapter. The topic of this free lecture is “The Size of Local Government in Kansas.” This event will be held at the Wichita Downtown Public Library at 223 S. Main, on the third floor, from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. For more information contact John Todd at [email protected] or 316-312-7335, or Susan Estes, AFP Field Director at [email protected] or 316-681-4415.

Then on Friday (December 17) Hall will speak at the Wichita Pachyderm Club on the topic “Business Dynamics and Economic Development in Kansas.” The public is welcome at Wichita Pachyderm meetings. For more information click on Wichita Pachyderm Club.

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