It feels like the economy is at an inflection point. Markets are volatile, inflation remains high, and growth and productivity have been sluggish for years. Will things get worse before they get better, or are we doomed to stagflation and depressed asset returns for the foreseeable future?
Please join us on December 13 for a roundtable discussion with Allison Schrager, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and Bruce Greenwald, professor emeritus of asset management and finance at Columbia Business School. One of the foremost experts on value investing, competition, and innovation, professor Greenwald will discuss the state of markets and the economy in the coming year and what can be done to revive growth and productivity.