Wayne State University experts available to comment about the ongoing ‘fiscal cliff’January 2, 2013
Lawmakers passed a bill that may prevent the U.S. from plunging down the “fiscal cliff,” but the battle is not over. The $16.4 trillion debt ceiling, proposed spending cuts and several other issues will be on the agenda in Washington well into 2013.
Effects of the new legislation and upcoming negotiations surrounding the economy have businesses and consumers alike concerned about the future.
Wayne State University offers experts to add perspective about the next steps involved in working through the various issues.
Please contact Wayne State Public Relations at 313-577-8093 to arrange an interview.
Sudip Datta, professor of finance and interim chair of the Department of Finance
Datta can discuss corporate and international finance, executive compensation, corporate bankruptcy, internal corporate restructuring and downsizing as well as investments and issues related to the stock and bond market.
Marick Masters, professor of business and political science
Masters can discuss issues related to labor relations, management and negotiations, union political activity, business political activity and conflict management.
John Mogk, professor of law
Mogk can speak on issues related to urban development, urban planning, property law and international trade.
Randolph Paschke, Department of Accounting chair
Paschke can discuss accounting and tax.
Lyke Thompson, professor of political science and director of the Center for Urban Studies
Thompson can discuss program evaluation, policy analysis, Detroit politics and welfare legislation.
William Volz, professor of accounting
Volz can discuss issues related to commercial law and regulation, business ethics, constitutional law and taxation policy.
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