Gopinath on Fiscal Devaluation, Women in Economics

Feb. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Gita Gopinath, a professor at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, talks about the theory of "fiscal devaluation," a tax intervention strategy she sees as a way to revive the economy of euro-area countries that cannot devalue their exchange rates. Gopinath also talks about the need to strengthen the pipeline for female doctoral candidates in economics. (Source: Bloomberg)

Mormon Engineer's Utopian dream is Vermont's Nightmare
18:16 - David Hall is a Mormon Engineer who's spent over 40 years developing his plans for a new high-tech high-density futuristic community, based off drawings from the early LDS History. Now he's started to purchase land around a Joseph Smith memorial in Vermont, and the seventh-generation locals are not embracing his vision. Video by Ali Withers. (Source: Bloomberg)
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