The Great Recession is not economics as usual but the beginning of a historic transformation, according to some long-term thinkers. They say arguing over the stimulus and the deficit is the wrong conversation, based on the past instead of the future. But what will the future require? As the manufacturing economy is replaced by the knowledge economy, where will the next Middle Class come from? Will “green” industry generate jobs? Will home ownership still be relevant? Can government liberate creative entrepreneurs and encourage economic equality at the same time?
What Comes after the Great Recession?
Richard Florida - University of Toronto - @Richard_Florida, David Leonhardt - New York Times - @DLeonhardt, Robert Pollin - Professor of Economics, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Mark Zandi - Moody's Analytics - @dismalscientist