“The Consequences of Embargoes: Intended and Otherwise” with FEE’s Carl Oberg
September 1, 2015 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Hudson Grille Midtown
942 Peachtree St Atlanta, Atlanta, GA 30309
What are the consequences of embargoes and economic sanctions? Are they useful policy tools in order to deal with hostile regimes, and what are their long-term effects on the world economy?
In the wake of the lifting of the Cuban embargo and in the face of a potential deal with Iran, these questions are as important as ever. Join us as we discuss the consequences (both intended and otherwise) of economic sanctions and international embargoes at the Hudson Grille Midtown with FEE’s Carl Oberg!
Carl Oberg is the Nonprofit Team Leader at Ceterus, Inc and the current Director of Finance at the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE). He was the COO at FEE from 2010 through 2014. He has a BA in International Affairs and an MA in Economics and has worked for the US Department of Commerce, Americans for Prosperity, and The Cato Institute. You can find him writing occasionally at FEE.org.