Bernanke: Economists Have Been Unable So Far to Engineer a Healthy Recovery

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke acknowledged on Friday in a speech at Princeton University, where he worked for two decades, that the economics profession has a lot to answer for after the financial crisis of 2007-2009, including why economists have been unable so far to engineer a healthy recovery. – Reuters

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