Professor Laura Veldkamp is interviewed about the Great Recession
— June 2, 2017
Excerpt from TheStreet.com -- "And although June 2009 technically marked the Great Recession's end, only some believed at the time that the 2007-09 global financial crisis was actually coming to a close. Part of the reason for that was that generally speaking, there's a sharp economic rebound following a recession. 'The rebound is missing' from the Great Recession, said Stern School Professor Veldkamp. But given that the U.S. economy has been expanding at a slow and steady pace, she believes there's a good chance the current expansion will become the longest one on record."