Rethinking fiscal policy—global perspectives
The COVID-19 pandemic forced governments around the world to intervene to prevent a health crisis from becoming an economic crisis. A joint conference May 30-31 with the International Monetary Fund will evaluate the successes, failures, and lessons learned, highlighted by keynote speeches from Heather Boushey of the White House Council of Economic Advisers; Gita Gopinath, first deputy managing director of the IMF; and Lawrence H. Summers of Harvard University.
Speeches & Papers
What Caused the U.S. Pandemic-Era Inflation?
via Brookings Institution
Who wins from US debt default? China.
Dissecting the US Public Debt Clause
via Financial Times
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
via Milken Institute Review