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Predictions for 2017

A tumultuous 2016 culminated in a political earthquake: the election of Donald Trump. Will the upheaval continue in the year to come? 
 
Writing for Bloomberg, Satyajit Das says that Trump’s proposals sound big, but aren’t actually going to change much for the economy as a whole.

Former treasury secretary Larry Summers and the Eurasia Group see a stock bubble and additional political shifts from elections in Europe as possible sources of chaos. 

And the FT sees economies performing above expectations—unless Trump throws a wrench into global trade.

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Kenneth Scheve
Professor of Political Science and Co-director of the Leitner Program in International and Comparative Political Economy, Yale University

Amy Wrzesniewski
Professor of Organizational Behavior

Professor David F. Swensen
David F. Swensen
Chief Investment Officer, Yale University

Richard Brooks
Professor of Law, Yale Law School





Nadim Matta
President, Rapid Results Institute; Senior Partner, Schaffer Consulting

Daniel Weiss
President, Metropolitan Museum of Art