The GDP growth – Essaylink

 

 

 

 

 

 

How fast do you think we will recover from this Pandemic Recession? How fast will GDP grow? How fast will
unemployment come down? When will the economy be “healthy” again? How do you define a “healthy”
economy? Will the recovery be the same for everyone? If not, who will experience a faster recovery, and who
will experience a slower recovery? What factors will determine the speed and the distribution (meaning how
differently it is experienced by different people) of the recovery — debt, unpaid rent, education, race/ethnicity,
government spending, taxes, regulations, etc.? Can you use any of the concepts or numbers we discussed in
class to help you forecast the future of the U.S. economy?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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