Greg Mankiw's Idea To Fix The U.S. Economy

Greg Mankiw is an economics professor at Harvard, and former chairman of President George W. Bush's council of economic advisers.

He thinks the best way for the economy to escape a recession is for the Federal Reserve to lower interest rates beyond zero... And go negative.

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