Halloween weekend seems a good time to try to look past fears about the US elections to the lingering challenges that continue to haunt the global economy. As COVID cases accelerate, the hope that this disease would burn itself out has vanished, and a lasting economic recovery seems to hinge on finding a vaccine. Beyond distribution, costs, vaccine reticence, and logistics, what are the hurdles we face once a preventative inoculation has been found?
Co-authored with Matt Dumas. Matt is the Founder and Managing Partner of Chasm Partners, a retained executive search firm focused on the healthcare technology and services space.
Part B of the article can be found here.
This article originally appeared in Washington Monthly.
Remarks: Canada, The Americas and the Global Economy: Investing in an interconnected world - October 14, 2020
The annual Global Macro Conference sponsored and organized by the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF) and Scotiabank’s Global Capital Markets - October 13-14, 2020
My remarks on the Oct. 14 Pension CIO panel follow.*
The striking differences between the plans for the US economy of President Donald Trump and his challenger, former vice president Joe Biden, are being pushed off center stage by the theatrics of a willful, unpredictable White House incumbent in the midst of a suddenly very challenging campaign.