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Lawrence Summers is a professor at and past president of Harvard University. He was treasury secretary from 1999 to 2001 and an economic adviser to President Barack Obama from 2009 through 2010.
A serious roundtable program in support of stakeholder capitalism should include legislation and regulation.
The Trump administration's flailing bluster risks real economic damage.
Everyone knows it cannot predict the economic future.
We must all hope that Lagarde and her successor at the IMF will rise to the occasion.
The economists Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman say it could rake in $187 billion a year, but that's probably overly optimistic.
The Fed should cut interest rates by 50 basis points over the summer and by more, if necessary, in the fall.
The senator has an incorrect diagnosis for the problem.
Tariffs alone don’t explain the volatility in stocks.
Highly profitable corporations should pay at least a base level of taxes to governments around the world.
My experience with crises is that they are never resolved until the authorities have made a forecast that proves too pessimistic. We are not there yet in Puerto Rico.