Newsletter │Volume 4│ 2020 
Impact Across the State
Nebraska Financial Education Network
The Nebraska Financial Education Network is an extension of NCEE and is made up of individuals and organizations working to improve financial literacy across Nebraska. Our goal is to expand and strengthen the impact of current financial education programs, and a huge part of doing that is via our website.

On the NFEN site you will find a calendar of upcoming financial education events, a collection of helpful financial tips and resources, and a directory of our current partners. Our partners use the site to share their events, resources, and other information so they can connect with a wider audience. Community members use the site to find events to attend, resources to explore, and local partners to connect with.

We’d love to have you explore the site, find some upcoming events to attend, and connect with our fast-growing network of partners. If you are interested in becoming a partner, we’d love for you to join us!
Connect With Us
Please join us in our mission to create opportunities for economic and financial education throughout Nebraska. Let's set up a time to talk about how we can work together.

Economic Webinars
The multilateral trading system is under stress. Recent shocks, such as the COVID-19 pandemic and the U.S.-China trade war, have resulted in new risks to the agricultural supply chain and other sectors. A new U.S. approach to trade negotiations, which seeks to secure deals in phases, may or may not be here to stay. Longstanding sources of uncertainty are now more pronounced: tensions over the role of the Chinese state in the country’s economy remain difficult to resolve while the World Trade Organization’s 164 members no longer agree on how to achieve binding resolution to trade disputes and have lost their mechanism of last resort for doing so.

Join us as we examine how to interpret these risks and explore ways to manage them in order to move the system toward a better, more secure future.

Seminars include:
-Uncertainty Shocks: Measuring the Implications for International Trade and Economic Growth
-China's Industrial Subsidies: What Can be Done?
-Managing Risk in Agricultural Trade
-The Special (Trade) Relationship: U.S. - UK Negotiations
-U.S. Trade Negotiation: Is the Phased Approach Here to Stay?
-WTO Dispute Settlement: Is There a Future for the Appellate Body?
Upcoming events:

September 8

November 16 - December 4

November 30 - December 14