Steve Fazzari quoted in this Los Angeles Time article on how the big spending collapse for affluent households spill over to hurt the incomes of lower-wage service-sector workers that sell to the well-to-do.
A spirited discussion of the economy in the early days of the Covid-19 crisis. Fazzari segment starts about 28 minutes into the show.
March 26, 2020 commentary published by the Institute for New Economic Thinking
Washington University Magazine article describing the first years of the new Department of Sociology with commentary by Steve Fazzari, the Department’s inaugural chair.
Produced by the Institute for New Economic Thinking This interview explores explanations for weak economic growth in the aftermath of the Great Recession. I argue that the key problem is compromised demand growth that affects economies “beyond the short run.”
St. Louis Post Dispatch Discussion of the macroeconomics of the U.S. trade deficit and the effects of the Trump tariffs on steel and aluminium imports. Article written by David Nicklaus using information from an interview with Prof. Fazzari.
Interview with Wisconsin Public Radio Follow the links for an audio file of an interview with Prof. Fazzari that addresses concerns about rising federal deficits and debt in the aftermath of Trump tax cuts and the early 2018 federal budget agreement.
St. Louis Post Dispatch Summary of different macroeconomic effects of government deficits and rising government debt. Column written
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