Mixed messages and a high degree of uncertainty were featured prominently in updated economic projections issued on Thursday, July 2nd by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO).
After collapsing by 22 million in March and April, 4.8 million workers returned to work in June, according to today’s Employment
On the latest Facing the Future, I was joined by
Lawmakers in Washington have enacted four laws in response to the coronavirus pandemic totaling $2.4 trillion.
On the latest Facing the Future, I was joined by former economic adviser to President Obama and Harvard Prof
Policymakers in Washington have responded to the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic with a remarkable display of bipartisanship.
The rapid rise in federal debt caused by the need to support an economy devastated by COVID-19 has renewed interest in a school of economic thought called Modern Monetary Theory (MMT).
On the latest Facing the Future, I was joined by Concord Coalition Executive Director
On June 4, roughly 25 young professionals gathered together (remotely), stared at computer screens and watched an animated video over Zoom.
The economic devastation imposed by the coronavirus has been swift, steep, and wholly unlike any prior recession.