Construction Executive

Date: Wednesday, July 14, 2021 Register Now
Time: 2 p.m. ET
Length: 90 minutes
Speakers:    Anirban Basu, Associated Builders and Contractors & Sage Policy Group
Moderator:    Michael Ruth, MagazineXperts; Lauren Pinch, Construction Executive; Rachel O’Connell, Construction Executive
Speaker/Moderator Email(s) (for set up use only):    [email protected]; [email protected];;[email protected];
Speaker/Moderator Title(s) (for script): Michael Ruth, IT Manager / Digital Ad Coordinator, MagazineXperts; Lauren Pinch, Editor-in-Chief, Construction Executive; Rachel O’Connell, Assistant Editor, Construction Executive; Anirban Basu, Chief Economist, Associated Builder and Contractors


During this webinar, Basu will discuss the residual impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the construction industry and the economy in general. Plus, he will highlight important regional and national economic indicators, as well as review the performance of major market sectors.
Sign up for this 60-minute presentation followed by 30 minutes of live Q&A. You may submit questions in advance while registering for this webinar.

Anirban Basu is Chairman & CEO of Sage Policy Group, Inc., an economic and policy consulting firm headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland.
In 2014, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan appointed him Chair of the Maryland Economic Development Commission. He is also the Chief Economist to Associated Builders and Contractors and Chief Economic Advisor to the Construction Financial Management Association. He lectures at Johns Hopkins University in Global Strategy and has also taught international economics, urban economics, micro- and macroeconomics at Hopkins. His radio show can be heard weekdays on 88.1FM, WYPR, Baltimore.
Mr. Basu earned his B.S. in foreign service at Georgetown University in 1990. He earned his master’s in public policy from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, and his master’s in economics from the University of Maryland, College Park. His juris doctor was earned at the University of Maryland School of Law, and his doctoral work is in health economics and has taken place at UMBC.