Financial and Monetary Systems

Fed hopes for ‘soft landing’ for the US economy, but history suggests it won’t be able to prevent a recession

In the US, inflation has surged to a new 40-year high and is continuing to accelerate. Image: Unsplash/ Blogging Guide

Alex Domash

Research Fellow, Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business & Government, Harvard Kennedy School

Lawrence H. Summers

President Emeritus, Harvard Kennedy School of Government

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