A Quick Look Ahead
May is always an exciting and busy time of year for me. It marks the end of the spring semester, which means holing up for several days to grade exams and then….a whole summer with nothing to do.
Ok, I’m kidding.
I have a busy summer ahead of me, starting with a quick trip to Houston on Tuesday, where I’ll be talking about inflation and the economic outlook at a client event. After that, I’ll be feverishly working on my next book, which is a follow-up to The Deficit Myth. If you’ve subscribed to The Lens, you’ll be getting early access to some of that writing.
In addition to working on the book, I’ll continue to record new episodes of the weekly podcast, the Best New Ideas in Money, which I co-host with MarketWatch’s Charles Passy. We’re always looking for show ideas, so drop us a line if you have suggestions or a question you’d like us to answer in a future mailbag episode.
And, of course, I’ll continue to do a lot of public speaking. Shortly after I get back from Houston, I’ll travel to Wiesbaden, Germany, to deliver the opening keynote at an institutional money conference. A week later, I head upstate for the annual Levy Institute Summer Seminar. You can find the program here. I’m speaking on the first day, but I’m staying for the entire event (June 11-18). There’s no livestream, but I’ll write up a summary and share it with you each day.
For now, it’s back to the remaining stack of exams that are staring back at me. Grades are due tomorrow.