Explaining a Decade of Stagnation: Where Do We Go From Here?

Discussion at World Economic Roundtable

A discussion with Steven M. Fazzari, INET Grantee and the Bert A. & Jeanette L. Lynch Distinguished Professor of Economics, Washington University.

Based on a new paper for INET, Professor Fazzari will set out his analysis of the causes of a decade of slow economic growth following the great financial crisis of 2008. Testing both supply and demand-side causes, he will explain why the stagnation of the past decade has been demand-led and offer his thoughts on what to realistically expect from the economy in the near future as well as his policy suggestions on what can be done to put us back onto the path of more robust economic growth.


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