In a New York Times Magazine cover story on May 5, 2013, reporter Adam Davidson writes, “serving both the Clinton and Obama administrations, Larry Summers did as much as any single person to design modern U.S. economic policy.” Read the article here.
In an interview with Bloomberg’s Al Hunt on Friday, April 5, 2013, Summers said he expects healthy economic growth in the U.S. this year and next and doesn’t see a “need to panic” over a March employment report that shows slowing job creation. Watch the video here.
Larry Summers delivered a keynote address at the London School of Economics Financial Crisis Debate on March 25, 2013 in London, England. Summers discussed “ways in which I believe the crisis will force a substantial reconstruction of macro economics and ways in which I believe the crisis will, over time, redefine the role of central banks.” Watch the video here.