Is the world economy in a long-term slowdown? Are our best days behind us? Is productivity growth, widely agreed on as the principal driver of broader economic growth, headed for a long period of subpar performance? If so, what can we do to remedy the situation and restore economic dynamism?
Investors, business leaders, policymakers, and academic economists each have their perspectives on these questions — and all of them need to know the answers, as best we can determine them. In a landmark conference organized by David E. Adler and financially supported by the CFA Institute Research Foundation, Standard & Poor’s, and McKinsey & Company, thinkers from a wide variety of backgrounds and organizations addressed these issues. The conference took place at the Museum of American Finance in New York on November 28, 2017.Click Here to Read the Article