Reviving the American Economy
Depending on who you ask, American prosperity is either the best it’s ever been, or a long way from good enough. Democrats and Republicans rarely see eye to eye on infrastructure, fiscal policy and healthcare spending – now they differ too on how to help the victims of Covid-19, how to tackle yawning racial and regional wealth gaps that the pandemic has exposed, and how the Federal Reserve could help. Then there’s the question of who should pick up the tab when it’s all over.
Refinitiv Head of Marketing, Karen Ashley, invites you to a discussion with Breakingviews editor John Foley, who leads a panel discussion with experts to discuss what should be on the White House economic agenda in 2021 and beyond.
Stephanie Kelton, professor at Stony Brook University, former adviser to Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaigns
Andrew Olmem, partner at Mayer Brown, former deputy director of the U.S. National Economic Council
John Sinclair Foley, US Editor, Reuters Breakingviews
Karen Ashley, Head of Marketing, Americas, Refinitiv