‘Bidenomics’: Evolution or Revolution?

Published on06 JUL 2021

Does President Biden’s economic agenda represent a new progressive era in the U.S.? Goldman Sachs Research’s Allison Nathan discusses how big of a shift in U.S. economic policy Bidenomics truly represents and the implications for the economy with David Brady, professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business; Jason Furman, professor at the Harvard Kennedy School; and Dean Baker, co-founder of the Center for Economic Policy Research. 

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Bidenomics: Evolution or Revolution

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Interviews conducted in June 2021.


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