Job Creation and Leadership’s Responsibility in Building Human CapitalJohn Boudreau, research director at the Center for Effective Organizations and professor of management and organization at USC Marshall School of Business can talk about what is needed to rebuild the human capital of the U.S., the responsibility that leaders have to make good on the idea that 'people are our most important assets,' and the fact that most leaders lack an investment approach to people." Professor Boudreau is the author of Beyond HR and the forthcoming book Transformative HR.
Corporate Taxation and Job CreationCharles Swenson, professor of accounting at the USC Leventhal School of Accounting, who conducts economics-based research on state and local taxation, location-based credits and incentives, and enterprise zones, can talk about corporate taxation policy and job creation.
Business Cycles, Inflation and Job GrowthAyse Imrohoroglu, professor of finance and business economics at the USC Marshall School of Business and a macroeconomist who specializes in understanding business cycles, inflation, unemployment insurance, and social security is available following the President's speech to analyze Obama’s proposals on job growth.
American Jobs and Global CompetitionLarry Harris, professor of finance at USC Marshall School of Business and former chief economist of the SEC is available to talk about work training and the environment in which Americans are increasingly are competing with better-trained foreigners who often work for less.
Mortgage ReliefIn the event that mortgage relief is raised as a topic, Robert Bridges, assistant professor of clinical finance and business economics at the USC Marshall School of Businesscan comment.