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The US is currently plagued by a climate of stagnant growth, rampant inequality, and extreme political polarization, but there are clear and possible solutions to repair this damage.
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COVID-19 has unified the Eurozone, undermined inflation, and catalyzed labor-displacing innovation in the services sector.
COVID-19 has completely shifted the dynamics of remote work, and this may have long-lasting effects on the labor market and the broader macro economy.
The lessons learned from the 2008 financial crisis could make for a swifter recovery in 2020 and beyond.
Political polarization in the United States is reaching a dangerous tipping point, and more federalism might be a way to help stymie the tide.
Biden and Trump have distinctly differing visions for the future of the country, and these differences have major implications for the American and global economy.
Boosting population growth through increased immigration is one of many policies the US can adopt to bolster the economy and beat secular stagnation.
When it comes to improving India’s economy, regulatory relief remains a key avenue for future progress.
Current forward guidance surrounding average inflation targeting has been vague, but it may be important for maintaining the Fed's policy flexibility.
With dual interest rates, central banks have the firepower they need to effectively respond to macroeconomic crises.