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Matt Slaughter

Matt Slaughter

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Matt Slaughter, a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, is Professor of Management at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, where he directs the Center for Global Business and Government.

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    Are We Risking a Debt Pandemic?

    Wolfgang Schäuble

    Even in a crisis as grave as the COVID-19 pandemic, money is not a panacea, and borrowing makes sense only if it is carried out prudently and reasonably. Otherwise, states will jeopardize their long-term financial flexibility, price stability, and competitiveness.

    worries that monetization of pandemic-related government borrowing will boost inflation and erode competitiveness.
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