What’s Next For the U.S. Economy: Robert Shiller

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Published on 13 Jul 2020, 16:22
Noble Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller says urban home prices could decline as the coronavirus pandemic upends the workforce. He thinks the benefits of city living, such as restaurants, museums or theater shows, have been put into question during the coronavirus pandemic. Shiller is hopeful that inequality will get better in the short run and thinks the emerging "wartime spirit," like the one from the 1930s, could lead to positive changes for Americans. He also offers suggestions on how students and workers should prepare for jobs in an uncertain future.

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What’s Next For the U.S. Economy: Robert Shiller