Advice to U.S. President on Competitiveness
Corporate leaders talked about the economy. According to research by the International Monetary Fund, recessions following financial… read more
Corporate leaders talked about the economy. According to research by the International Monetary Fund, recessions following financial crises driven by a collapse in housing prices are historically more severe than those of a cyclical nature. Panelists discussed how the new Obama administration could ensure that the U.S. retains its competitive edge in the midst of a downturn in housing prices and a fall in consumer spending. Michael Porter moderated.
The panel answered questions from the audience.
“Advice to the U.S. President on Competitiveness” was a panel at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2009, which had the theme “Shaping the Post-Crisis World.” close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Niederauer, Duncan L. Chief Executive Officer NYSE Euronext
- Porter, Michael E. Professor Harvard University->Business
- Rubenstein, David M. Co-Founder Carlyle Group
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