Economic and Financial Issues Facing the Next President
So far missing from the presidential campaigns has been a serious discussion of long‐run structural issues facing the U.S. economy, especially the large projected budget deficits. Continuing to delay action on fiscal imbalances is not an option for the next administration. Economic and fiscal realities will constrain future policy options, as noted in recent studies by the International Monetary Fund and the Cato Institute. Please join our panel of distinguished economists as they examine and analyze the most pressing economic, financial, and fiscal issues facing the next president.