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  • emSeeds of Destructionem
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    Seeds of Destruction

    Glenn Hubbard, a former economic adviser to President George W. Bush, argues that President Obama’s push for higher taxes and more regulation is exactly the wrong thing to do to improve the economy. He…

  • US and Global Debt Outlook
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    U.S. and Global Debt Outlook

    The National Committee on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform held a public meeting on the outlook for the national debt and ways in which deficit reduction might impact the U.S. economy.…

  • Economic Outlook and the Budget
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    Economic Outlook and the Budget

    Witnesses testified on the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis and its impact on the federal budget and debt. They also focused on economic stimulus proposals, deficit reduction, foreign…

  • Economic Policy in 2010
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    Economic Policy in 2010

    The Economist held its first “The World In” conference, featuring predictions about the trends and events that will shape 2010. Austan Goolsbee and Carmen Reinhart spoke about the state of the…

  • emThis Time Is Differentem
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    This Time Is Different

    Carmen Reinhart talked about the book she co-wrote, This Time Is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly (Princeton University Press; October 1, 2009). In the book they argue that the…

  • Aftermath of Recessions
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    Aftermath of Recessions

    Carmen Reinhart talked about her recent studies, co-authored with Harvard Economics Professor Kenneth Rogoff, that examine financial crises and subsequent recoveries since World War II, and…

  • Global Impact of US Financial Markets
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    Global Impact of U.S. Financial Markets

    Carmen Reinhart explained how the current situation in U.S. financial markets is affecting the global market, and the impact of Congressional action or inaction. She also talked about…