“The Impact of COVID-19 on Federal, State and Local Budgets” will be the sixth in a series of events on “Cities and Regions in the Post-Coronavirus Era,” initiating community conversations on what lessons we can learn from this crisis to create a more resilient and sustainable world.
How much have federal, state and local budgets been (or will be) impacted by COVID-19 and what will the implications of this impact mean going forward for communities? Did we learn anything from the Great Recession of 2008 that has helped or will help us during this financial crisis?
Moderated by Harvey Miller, professor, Reusche Chair in Geographic Information Science and director of the Center for Urban and Regional Analysis (CURA).
Tune into CURA’s webinar to hear the perspectives of our panelists!
This event’s panelists include:
Megan Kilgore – Columbus City Auditor
Jim Landers – Associate Professor of Clinical Public Affairs at Ohio State
Kimberly Murnieks – Director of the Office of Budget and Management for the State of Ohio
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