March 5, 2022, Video: "One ought not to live beyond one’s means, yet through 2020 and 2021 the need to control the COVID pandemic and its consequences have seen huge debt accumulation. Why, in the USA, the richest nation of the world does it have difficulty in setting its debt ceiling? Could it manage this in any way that does not worry media pundits, investors and business leaders alike? • Ryan Bourne, R. Evan Scharf Chair in the Public Understanding of Economics, Cato Institute, USA • Stuart E. Eizenstat, Former US Deputy Secretary of the Treasury, USA • Paul Sheard, Research Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School, USA Chaired by • Scott Mordell, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, The Forrader Group, USA."
HKS M-RCBG Research Fellow - Paul Sheard