In the last of a three-part series on the US presidential election, this event unpacked the lessons for post-election economic management in the US.

11 November 2016

Speakers

Anatole Kaletsky, Chief Economist and Co-Chairman, Gavekal Dragonomics
Sebastian Mallaby, Paul A. Volcker Senior Fellow in International Economics, Council on Foreign Relations; Author, The Man Who Knew: The Life & Times of Alan Greenspan
Professor Helen Thompson, Professor in Political Economy, University of Cambridge
Chair: Stephanie Baker, Business Correspondent, Bloomberg News 

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In the last of a three-part series on the US presidential election, this event unpacked the lessons for post-election economic management in the US.

The economy has played a central role in the election campaign - with both Trump and Clinton laying out policies in which they promised to not only grow the US economy but also ensure people feel better off. Yet, beyond the rhetoric, elections always have an effect on markets and in the days following the election the new administration is likely to face pressure to put their policies into practice. This panel analysed the challenges that the new administration could face once in office and the lessons from the past that they should be heeding.

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