Night at Fed: Learn About Laws of Supply and Demand

The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago-Detroit Branch will present its next Night at the Fed for teachers and educators on Wednesday, March 6, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Our March program will dissect the laws of supply and demand and the notorious supply and demand curves.

“The goal is to take a deep look at supply and demand, from the microeconomic, firm level to the macroeconomic level,” said Martin Lavelle, senior research associate for the Fed’s Detroit Branch.

The event will include informative presentations containing interesting data, along with educational and entertaining activities that enhance the material.

For more information, click here to download the flyer. One guest per attendee is welcome. State Continuing Education Credit Hours (formerly known as State Board of Education Continuing Education Units) will be offered by the Michigan Council on Economic Education ($5 registration fee paid to MCEE the night of the workshop). Food and drinks (alcoholic and nonalcoholic) will be provided. The program will be at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago-Detroit Branch, 1600 E. Warren Ave., Detroit, MI 48207.

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