Insight & Thought Leadership on the Global Economy

One of our most insightful economists examines the extraordinary actions the Federal Reserve, the Treasury, and other authorities took to cope with the economic catastrophe that followed the financial crash of 2008. (Paying the Price) A readable, balanced account of what they did, why they did it, and how well it worked out—so far. — Alice M. Rivlin, the Brookings Institution, former Director of OMB and Vice Chair of the Fed

Headwinds Fade, Tailwinds Develop

Dr. Mark M. Zandi discusses the factors that have weighed on the economic recovery, including the housing crash, deleveraging, fiscal drag, and the loss of confidence and heightened uncertainty at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Each of these factors will soon become less weighty, suggesting the economic recovery should gain traction as we move to the middle of the decade. To view the transcript and presentation click here.

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