Presented by the Carpenter Contractor Trust You are invited to attend a panel discussion regarding prevailing wage in New York State. One of Americas top experts on prevailing wage reveals his significant economic study of the New York State construction industry. Kevin Duncan, Ph.D., and other panelists, look at the role of prevailing wage in the New York economy. This business panel discussion explores its impact on the state's economy and its future role for the business community and the construction industry. Discussion topics will include: • New York's Prevailing Wage Law: A Reality Check. • Prevailing Wage: A Legislators Perspective. • Facing the Hard Question: Does Prevailing Wage Increase Costs? • The Impact of Prevailing Wage on Training and Apprenticeship Programs. Panelists: • Kevin Duncan, Ph. D, Professor of Economics, Colorado State University-Pueblo • Harry Bronson, NYS Assemblymember, 138th District • Daniel P. McCoy, Albany County Executive • Laura Regan, Vice President, Eastern Contractors Association, Inc. (ECA) • David Rubin, Senior Advisor, Sano-Rubin Construction Services Presented by the Carpenter Contractor Trust in conjunction with the Albany Business Review, this breakfast panel will take place on Thursday, December 13, 2018 (7:30 -9:30 a.m.) at the Century House in Latham. Click here to register.