Economy

September 17, 2009 5:52 PM

Former top IMF economist sees rosy days ahead

Tired of all the negative predictions about a jobless recovery, a sick global economy or a rerun of the sluggish 1970s? Then Michael Mussa is your man. Using a pile of data and historical charts to support his view, Mussa argues that forecasters regularly underestimate recoveries — and are doing so again.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Campaign Ad: John Kasich calls himself 'Our Only Hope' 01:31

Campaign Ad: John Kasich calls himself 'Our Only Hope'

Cruz abruptly out, leaving Trump the unofficial GOP nominee 02:00

Cruz abruptly out, leaving Trump the unofficial GOP nominee

Who could, should or won't be Trump's veep 01:29

Who could, should or won't be Trump's veep

Was live-tweeting the Osama Bin Laden raid a good idea? 01:16

Was live-tweeting the Osama Bin Laden raid a good idea?

Watch 100-year-old Ida Keeling crush the 100 meter dash 01:03

Watch 100-year-old Ida Keeling crush the 100 meter dash

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau challenges Obama, British royals to "bring it" at Invictus Games 00:23

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau challenges Obama, British royals to "bring it" at Invictus Games

Death penalty politics 01:52

Death penalty politics

Why the Indiana primary matters for Ted Cruz and the 2016 election 03:30

Why the Indiana primary matters for Ted Cruz and the 2016 election

Why it's hard to keep the pounds off 03:01

Why it's hard to keep the pounds off

Canadian wildfire evacuee captures video of flames 00:17

Canadian wildfire evacuee captures video of flames

College sophomore from South Carolina honored at White House Correspondents Association dinner 00:27

College sophomore from South Carolina honored at White House Correspondents Association dinner

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos