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Secular Stagnation: facts, causes and cures

Summers contributed a chapter, “Reflections on the New Secular Stagnation Hypothesis,” to the new Vox eBook, “Secular Stagnation: facts, causes and cures.” continue


In the Sunday Boston Globe books section, Summers discusses his reading habits in a “Bibliophiles” piece.  He says, “My mother used to take us to the public library every week or two and that set the habit.” continue

Secular Stagnation Q&A in The New Republic

In a July 2014 interview with the New Republic, Summers discusses secular stagnation and says, the economy hasn’t grown rapidly “in a financially sustainable way” for a long time. continue