Explore highlights from Economic Outlook 2018 events in New York and Chicago, as well as global media coverage of insights and analysis from Booth's pathbreaking thought leaders.
The Road Ahead: Takeaways from Economic Outlook 2018
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera talks to Raghuram Rajan about the world economy a decade after the global financial crisis.
Kroszner in TheStreet: Bitcoin should be considered an asset, not a currency.
Hurst quoted in Xinhua News Agency: “It (the tax cut) is going to have a big effect on inequality both in the short and in the long run.”
"There's a lot of enthusiasm in markets, but the thing that worries me the most is that people don't seem to be worried." Kroszner speaking with CNBC.
"Facebook A Productivity Killer: A Millennial Stat Scares U. Of Chicago Economists"—Financial Advisor
Kroszner quoted in TheStreet: “More investment leads generally to high productivity growth and that leads to higher wage growth."
Chicago Tribune column: “What worries economists? 'When people aren't worried.' Maybe it's time to worry a little.”
Kroszner speaks with Marketplace on the financial crisis—then and now.
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Rajan: Financial industry is ‘far from being in the clear.’—Nikkei Asian Review
Douglas W. Diamond says the next crisis will be different—Chicago Booth Review
“Kroszner on possibility of another financial crisis: ‘Never say never’—Sydney Morning Herald
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“Goolsbee on tax cuts and GDP growth”—CNBC
“What contributed most to the financial crisis?”—Chicago Booth Review
“The Tax Cut Consensus”—US News
“Kroszner speaks about the Fed unwinding quantitative easing”—BBC Radio
"Economists are skeptical that growth will finance tax cuts"—Chicago Booth Review
"‘Pick-And-Choose’ Policies Helping Populist Nationalism: Raghuram Rajan"
"Q&A with Raghuram Rajan on how the problems of the financial crisis are still with us"—Finanz und Wirtschaft
“How games, phones, and other tech innovations are changing the labor force”—Chicago Booth Review
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