Joseph Stiglitz on the priorities for the COVID-19 economy

With hopes of a sharp rebound from the pandemic-induced recession quickly fading, policymakers should pause and take stock of what it will take to achieve a sustained recovery, argues Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz in this article for Project Syndicate. Stiglitz visited the John Adams thrice. Last year he spoke about his book People, Power, and Profits, the previous times about the Euro and globalization.