What Janet Yellen Brings to the U.S. Treasury

Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “What Janet Yellen Brings to the U.S. Treasury” – below is their description.

Nov.24 — Harvard Professor Jason Furman recalls his days working for Janet Yellen at the Council of Economic Advisors and looks at her experience as she will reportedly be nominated as the next U.S. Treasury secretary by President-elect Joe Biden. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

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