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Megan Greene is the Chief Economist at Maverick Intelligence, with a particular focus on Europe. She is also a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, a columnist with Bloomberg and a senior research fellow at Trinity College Dublin. The opinions expressed here are her own and do not reflect those of any employers. Ms Greene offers a strictly independent voice without a political or investment agenda.

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Harvard Chief Economist on COVID-19’s Economic Impact (ft. Megan Greene) | Inside Politicz #21

Christina Li invites Megan Greene—Global Chief Economist and Senior Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School— to discuss the intersection of economics & policy, COVID-19's economic impact, and why Gen Z should care about economics. Inside Politicz #21 --- Inside Politicz is a video podcast that explores political issues impacting Generation Z. Our motto, "for teens, by teens," encapsulates our mission to provide a relatable, understandable perspective on the complex, sometimes abstruse politics...

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“What Just Happened?” CoronaNomics LIVE! Megan Greene and Tim Pitt talk Covid and economics

What are your burning questions about the economics of coronavirus? Every Thursday at 8:30pm BST top economists, politicians and journalists will answer your questions about the last seven days in CoronaNomics news. Tweet us your questions @CoronaNomicsTV Joining us this week are: Megan Greene @economistmeg FT columnist and senior fellow at Harvard Kennedy School Tim Pitt @TimPitt11 Former senior adviser to chancellors Phillip Hammond and Sajid Javed #Covid #Economics #News

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Rhodes Center Podcast: Possibilities for a Post-Covid Economy

Megan Greene is an economist who actually sticks her head out the window, and takes real world observations as seriously as the models. For that reason (and many others), she’s currently a Fellow at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, and a Fellow at the Rhodes Center. On this episode Mark talks with Megan about what a post-Covid economy might look like, whether we’re already in a global Depression, and how the American unemployment model is a little more European than many people...

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The economics of Covid-19 fear

Megan Greene, Harvard Kennedy School, discusses the impact lingering fears over the coronavirus could have on consumer spending. With Ashlee Kleinschmidt, Mua Makeup and Lash Bar. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO: https://cnb.cx/2JdMwO7 » Subscribe to CNBC TV: https://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBCtelevision » Subscribe to CNBC: https://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBC » Subscribe to CNBC Classic: https://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBCclassic Turn to CNBC TV for the latest stock...

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What are the economic and political effects of Covid-19?

In this video, Matt Goodwin joins Harvard's Megan Greene to discuss the economic and political effects of the Covid-19 crisis, as part of the Utmost Insight Series on Geo-Political Volatility. In this video they discuss: the latest economic forecasts, debt, the changing role of the state, public opinion, populism, inequality, wealth and more. Matthew Goodwin is Professor of Political Science at Rutherford College, the University of Kent and Associate Fellow at the Royal Institute of...

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M-RCBG Webinar – Coronavirus: The Response, The Recovery and The Other Side

This webinar was given on Thursday, April 23, 2020 as part of M-RCBG's Business & Government Seminar Series. Speakers were Adam Tooze, Professor and Director of the European Institute at Columbia University; and Megan Greene, M-RCBG Senior Fellow. The webinar was moderated by M-RCBG Co-Director John Haigh. Transcript: https://www.hks.harvard.edu/sites/default/files/centers/mrcbg/files/Greene_Tooze_Transcript.pdf

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A bailout of the energy sector will create a whole lot of zombie companies: Harvard Kennedy’s Greene

Megan Greene, senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School, makes the case against a U.S. bailout of the oil & gas industry, saying the business model for many companies was already broken before the history collapse in oil prices. Wild trading in an oil futures contract this week was like an alarm going off for a fire that firefighters already knew was burning. In this case, the oil industry has been aware that places to store oil are getting scarce because of oversupply, but the crazy...

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IIF Annual Meetings: US Economic Outlook

I joined Beth Ann Bovino, Jonathan Pingle and Elina Ribakova this week to speak on a panel about the US Economic Outlook at the IIF Annual Meetings, which usually occur alongside the IMF/WB meetings. We discussed what indicators we’re watching closely to see when we may have found a bottom, how the US has handled the shock to the labour market (compared with Europe), whether we should worry about inflation, prospects for the oil market and what that means for the economy and why we all...

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