Coronavirus relief bill & our economic future: An interview with Nobel Economist Joe Stiglitz

Cliff and I are pleased today to have Nobel Economist Joe Stiglitz as our guest, recorded just an hour ago giving his opinion on the final congressional Coronavirus relief bill agreed to this morning. We talk to Joe about whether it’s a good bill, to what degree the government should bail out big business (and in what manner), what kind of damage Covid-19 is causing to the economy (short- and long- term), and what Joe thinks of the Federal Reserve’s return to Quantitative Easing.

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Joe Stiglitz photo: © Raimond Spekking / CC BY-SA 4.0 (via Wikimedia Commons)


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One Response to “Coronavirus relief bill & our economic future: An interview with Nobel Economist Joe Stiglitz”

  1. PornDodo says:

    May the world be free from disease

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