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Imagine: we're in a recession. What does the Fed do with interest rates?

The US Federal Reserve predict a hike in interest rates. Image: REUTERS/Gary Cameron

Kenneth Rogoff

Maurits C. Boas Chair of International Economics, Harvard University

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