Michael Klein
FLETCHER SCHOOL OF LAW AND DIPLOMACY, TUFTS UNIVERSITY. Professor of International Economic Affairs. Research interests include world capital markets, exchange rate management, and foreign direct investment.

Policing in Minority Communities

June 29, 2020

This podcast was recorded on 11th June, 2020.

Policing in minority communities has been a focus of the protests that followed the tragic death of George Floyd. Jennifer Doleac of Texas A&M University speaks with EconoFact's Executive Editor Michael Klein about the need to test a range of policy initiatives,

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Recovering from the COVID-19 Economic Crisis

June 11, 2020

We are now in the acute economic phase of a crisis that is unprecedented in modern times — a health crisis from the coronavirus pandemic that has sparked a follow-on economic crisis. In this inaugural episode of EconoFact Chats, Dan Sichel at Wellesley College speaks with EconoFact's Executive Editor Michael Klein
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Policy Responses to the Economic Consequences of Coronavirus

March 17, 2020

The Issue:

Coronavirus presents economic challenges as well as adverse consequences for public health. Interruptions to regular business activity through people sheltering at home, limiting both the supply of workers and the demand for goods and services, coupled with panic in financial markets, almost certainly

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Coronavirus and the Health of the U.S. Economy

March 12, 2020

The Issue:

The coronavirus has, in a matter of weeks, had a profound impact on the world economy. The economic impacts stem both from the direct effect of those who fall ill and from the measures taken to contain or slow the progression of the pandemic. These effects, operating through both domestic and global

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