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As economists warn of a recession, what lies ahead for the US economy?

Many economists are warning of a recession, but some saying those fears are overblown. Image: Knowledge At Wharton

Jeremy Siegel

Finance professor, Wharton

Susan M. Wachter

Professor of Real Estate, Professor of Finance, Co-Director, Penn Institute for Urban Research, Knowledge At Wharton

Nikolai Roussanov

Professor of Finance, Academic Advisor, MBA major in Quantitative Finance, Academic Director, "Wharton on the Markets" series, Knowledge at Wharton

Itay Goldstein

Professor of Finance, Professor of Economics, Coordinator of PhD Program, Knowledge At Wharton


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Susan Wachter
A US recession is possible. Image: Statista

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