One way to divide people is into foxes and hedgehogs. Another is into those who think this time is different and those who believe there is never anything new under the sun.
On last Thursday’s edition of Davos Today, Chrystia interviewed a top Google executive about the internet giant’s recent management shake-up; chatted with President Obama’s former chief economic adviser about the State of the Union; heard from America’s principal union leader on what lessons Germany and Japan can teach the U.S. economy; and more. Here’s the video and the guest list:
“When governments seek to manipulate exchange rates for competitive advantage, it rarely ends well,” White House economic adviser Larry Summers said at the Yalta European Strategy Annual Meeting this past weekend.