How Do We Pay for the Coronavirus Stimulus Package?

On March 25, 2020, Congress passed the historic $2 trillion stimulus package as the American public and the US economy fight the devastating spread of the Coronavirus.

This unprecedented event raises many economic inquires, including where the money comes from, how the funds are allocated, the Federal Reserve’s monetary policies including quantitative easing policies. So I…

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The Dataman articles are my reflections on data science and teaching notes at Columbia University https://sps.columbia.edu/faculty/chris-kuo

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The Dataman articles are my reflections on data science and teaching notes at Columbia University https://sps.columbia.edu/faculty/chris-kuo

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