We are heading into our fourth month of the economic upheaval caused by the pandemic. Many parts of the economy are rebounding while many are still stuck in the downdraft. And of course, some were hit with positive effects. As the second half of this year gets underway, where does our flagship university’s top economist see us heading next?
Mike Switzer interviews Joey Von Nessen, chief economist at the Darla Moore School of Business at USC in Columbia, SC. This is Part 11 in our weekly series entitled “Managerial Insights-Supporting Businesses During an Uncertain Time” as part of a partnership with the Moore School’s Executive Education department, which will be followed up with a live Zoom conference on this topic this coming Monday, July 6th at 3pm.