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As the COVID-19 pandemic enters a preliminary phase of economic recovery, questions about how we respond is of concern to lawmakers, economists, and others. Veronique de Rugy and Michael Strain are experts at understanding “big picture” economic implications of different policy options. They will review the three best and three worst ideas that have been put forward for economic recovery thus far.

To add to our ongoing COVID-19 policy webinar series, this conversation covers:

  • Three key policies that are the most useful in helping to encourage economic recovery
  • Three policies, both implemented and under consideration, that are likely to make economic recovery more difficult
  • Whether Americans should expect a slow or rapid economic recovery, and the vast resources Mercatus and AEI have developed over the last two months addressing recovery options

 

Check out Michael's book The American Dream Is Not Dead: (But Populism Could Kill It) here.

If you would like to speak with one of the scholars or learn more about future webinars, please reach out to mercatusoutreach@mercatus.gmu.edu 

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