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Initial credits
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Acknowledgement to Universidad Francisco Marroquín and congratulations to graduates
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Past lecturing at Universidad Francisco Marroquín
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Significance of graduation or commencement in life
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Jerry L. Jordan's own commencement
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Continuous contest of ideas
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Quote by Benito Mussolini
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Role of the state in economics and the age of capitalism
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Changes after the Fall of the Berlin Wall
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Best practices of political economic infrastructure
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Never ending challenges of scarce resources
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Importance and rise of good institutions
08:28    |    
Final words
09:18    |    
Final credits




Jerry L. Jordan’s Speech during the Ceremony for Honor Graduates (November 2013)

08 de noviembre de 2013   | Vistas: 5 |  

During the Ceremony for Honor Graduates at Universidad Francisco Marroquín, Jerry L. Jordan was named honorary professor for his contribution to the implementation of economic and liberal policies, his studies in the monetary and financial sector, and his disseminating the consequences of economic intervention.

He congratulated the honor graduates and shared a few words about the significance of a graduation or commencement that marks the end of the course of studies and the beginning after the knowledge they acquired. He also talked about the growing technological changes in the world and commented on how it has become more prosperous because of capitalism and free markets. Finally, he encouraged graduates to work in their careers knowing that each generation goes further than the generation preceding, and to take advantage of the opportunities they have today.

Jerry L. Jordan is an economist, president of the Pacific Academy for Advanced Studies and member of the board of…


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