Robert Barro

Professor of Economics, Harvard University

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Paul M. Warburg Professor of Economics at Harvard University and a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University

Robert Barro on KCRW

Despite all their differences over the stimulus bill, Republicans and Democrats in the House and the Senate reached a  $789 billion compromise  in a little over one day.  Though…

House and Senate Agree on Stimulus Package

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Despite all their differences over the stimulus bill, Republicans and Democrats in the House and Senate reached a $789 billion compromise in a little over one day.  President Obama…

House and Senate Agree on Stimulus Package

Despite all their differences over the stimulus bill, Republicans and Democrats in the House and Senate reached a $789 billion compromise in a little over one day.  President Obama…

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