The American Enterprise Institute is hosting a panel with Nouriel Roubini and Reuters contributor Chris Whalen on “living in the post-bubble world: what’s next?” It is being livestreamed today from 2pm – 4pm ET. You can watch the video of it here:
From AEI’s website:
Americans are living in the wake of the great credit bubble of the twenty-first century. They have experienced the crisis of its collapse, massive increases in government intervention and debt, and now more uncertainty. What’s next? Are we in for a long slog, or will the economy rebound? What will happen to housing prices, mortgage defaults, commercial real estate, the banking system, and post-bubble Europe? Will we have defaults on sovereign debt? Deflation? How big will the Fed’s balance sheet get? What steps should be taken now? These and related questions will be discussed by our panel of economic and financial experts.
The debate is moderated by AEI fellow and former president and chief executive officer of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago Alex J. Pollock. Other panelists are: Panelists: Mark Fogarty, National Mortgage News Desmond Lachman, AEI John H. Makin, AEI R. Christopher Whalen, Institutional Risk Analytics Thomas Zimmerman, UBS Investment Bank Nouriel Roubini, New York University Moderator: Alex J. Pollock, AEI
Mark Fogarty, National Mortgage News
Desmond Lachman, AEI
John H. Makin, AEI
Thomas Zimmerman, UBS Investment Bank