Jeffrey Frankel, a professor at Harvard University and member of the U.S. panel that determines when economic recessions and expansions begin, talks from Cambridge, Massachusetts, about the outlook for the U.S. economy and China’s $586 billion economic stimulus package.

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00:00 U.S. recession outlook, “bleak” prospects
03:01 China’s rescue program and economy

Running time 05:16


Harvard’s Frankel Sees China Plan Helping Global Economy: Video
Kathleen Hays
Bloomberg November 10, 2008 15:45 EST

Category: Economy, Markets, Video

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4 Responses to “Harvard’s Frankel: China Plan Helps Global Economy”

  1. jmborchers says:

    It’s like a dead link?

  2. I fixed it

    (That was weird )

  3. VennData says:

    NBER needs to merge with the NAR whose minions keep parroting “…the housing market has been bad for three years so now it’s ready to turn.” Of course you never heard anything negative from NAR ’til about a couple of weeks ago.

    Feldstein – angry that he felt the GOP owed him the Fed Chairmanship – has cleared the way for an NBER Dec ’07 (or Jan ’08) recession-start date which will turn the GOP media machine’s Supply Side / Bush-onomics spiel into cannon fodder for decades to come. Just a little reminder to you GOP hit men, your post-dirty-work jobs may not be there.