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Watch: Fall Academic Council: The Productivity Puzzle

Can the United States ever get back to a regular period of strong economic growth, where 4% would be considered the norm, 3% would be disappointing, and 5% or 6% would not be shocking, but certainly something to celebrate? Robert Gordon is a highly regarded expert on U.S. productivity, and S&P Global was proud to have him join us for our fall 2017 Academic Council meeting at the company's New York headquarters.