Register for When Disaster Strikes: How COVID-19 Broke the Economy and How Your Generation Can Fix It

Oct 6, 2020

Anthony Orlando Head ShotThe latest series of guest lectures hosted by Cal Poly Pomona's University Library will feature a College of Business Administration Professor of Finance and his take on how college students can influence rebuilding post-pandemic.

Dr. Anthony Orlando will present, "When Disaster Strikes: How COVID-19 Broke the Economy and How Your Generation Can Fix It" from noon to 1 p.m. on October 15.

Orlando has already started researching which ethnicities are being adversely affected by COVID-19 in a forthcoming article titled, "Genetics and COVID-19: How to Protect the Susceptible," with Robert I. Field and Arnold J. Rosoff. His vast field of economic research has spanned from analyzing price disparity of small, single-family homes to critiquing the toll the Affordable Health Care Act would take on employers.

In his second year as a member of the CBA faculty, Orlando has already emerged as a college leader. He interviewed President Barack Obama's Chief Sustainability Officer during a Dean's Leadership Forum last year. His resume includes a bachelor's from Wharton School of University of Pennsylvania, master's from the London School of Economics and Ph.D.  from University of Southern California.

To register for When Disaster Strikes: How COVID-19 Broke the Economy and How Your Generation Can Fix It, please visit https://cpp.libcal.com/event/6892014.

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