Trump economy, exclusive Interview with Robert Shiller

Trump economy, exclusive Interview with Robert Shiller

«Donald Trump’s infrastructure program is sweeping, well-articulated and based on the objective necessity of modernising the United States,» opined Robert Shiller — Yale economist, born in 1946, Nobel Prize winner in 2013 — on the the U.S. president’s proposals during a recent visit to Italy.  
«The biggest mistake is to make fun of him or even worse to consider him an adventurer. Putting aside military considerations, his well-articulated economic programme should be analysed carefully. A program, which, let’s not forget, has been received with great hope and consensus not just among blue-collar workers in the Midwest who are deluded and scared by globalization, but above all by the business community. You can’t just consider people who live on the coasts—Los Angeles and Boston—who are traditionally considered liberal, but also the vast ‘fly-over’ country in between, as Americans call it, that are often distressed rural and industrial areas where the opinions of intellectual talking heads on TV are meaningless.»

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