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

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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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