PhD candidate Katherine Waldock shares her in-depth economic predictions for 2016
— December 16, 2015
Excerpt from WalletHub -- "While I think that there are reasons to be optimistic about technological innovation that will drive growth in the U.S., these gains will be modest for the time being. As for underlying problems, although there are a couple areas of disquietude, they do not seem large enough to trigger a downturn in the near future. External factors are a significant source of uncertainty for the U.S. in the coming year, the greatest of which is the risk of a bigger slowdown in the Chinese economy. While I think the chances of this are high and that it would have a significant impact on the U.S., that impact would contain offsetting features."