Larry Summers’ Washington Post Column

"We don’t have to fly blind into the next pandemic" September 22, 2021

"My inflation warnings have spurred questions. Here are my answers." June 5, 2022

"The Fed is charting a course to stagflation and recession" March 20, 2022

"On inflation, we can learn from the mistakes of the past — or repeat them" February 7, 2022

"On inflation, it’s past time for team ‘transitory’ to stand down" November 16, 2021

"Many companies pay nothing in taxes. The public has a right to know how they pull it off." October 22, 2020

"U.S. workers need more power" June 29, 2020

"Covid-19 looks like a hinge in history" May 14, 2020

"Given what we’re losing in GDP, we should be spending far more to develop tests" May 5, 2020

"National governments have gone big. The IMF and World Bank need to do the same." April 15, 2020

"Trump is missing the big picture on the economy" March 25, 2020

"What the Fed can do to help with with coronavirus’s economic aftershock" March 4, 2020

"If business leaders are serious about doing good, they can start by paying their taxes" January 30, 2020

"Do Americans really need to be more thrifty?" January 7, 2020

"Yes, our tax system needs reform. Let’s start with this first step." November 17, 2019

"Warren’s plan to finance Medicare-for-all pushes into dangerous and uncharted territory" November 7, 2019

"Global economy is at risk from a monetary policy black hole" October 11, 2019

"We no longer share a common lived experience" October 10, 2019

"If Business Roundtable CEOs are serious about reform, here’s what they should do" September 3, 2019

"Christine Lagarde enters the European Central Bank at a perilous moment" July 9, 2019

"It’s tempting for the Fed to move slowly. That would be a grave error." June 5, 2019