Even if the coronavirus pandemic is winding down — and we’re not entirely sure that it is — we still face the prospect of a deep and prolonged economic downturn. How bad it will get is anyone’s guess at this point. Recovery could come quickly, or take years. The scariest prospect is that of another Great Depression, on the scale of the one that plagued the U.S. and much of the world for most of the 1930s. On this episode, we speak with Bryan Del Monte, an economist, business strategist and president of The Aviation Agency. He lays out three steps that the U.S. needs to take right now in order to prevent a replay of that disaster. Whether the nation has the will or leadership to follow through is a question that is yet to be answered. Hosted by Bob Bowman, Editor-in-Chief of SupplyChainBrain.
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