7th Richard Goode Lecture: How do people think about the economy?

IMF published this video item, entitled “7th Richard Goode Lecture: How do people think about the economy?” – below is their description.

This lecture explores the results of recent social economics surveys, and examines what they reveal about our preferences, attitudes and perceptions about economic policy.

With #Harvard’s Stefanie Statcheva and the #IMF’s Kristalina Georgieva

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