On Election Eve, Economists Struggle To Figure Out A World That’s Unraveled

From the 2008 financial crisis to the COVID-19 shutdown, the world’s best economists have struggled—usually unsuccessfully—to regain the influence over policymakers they once wielded with such abandon. The problem is, most of them don’t have new theories ready that can actually make sense of a globalised world in disarray—and won’t for quite a while.

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