Barry P. Bosworth

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Senior Fellow, Economic Studies | The Robert V. Roosa Chair

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A former presidential advisor, Barry Bosworth is an expert on fiscal and monetary policy, economic growth, capital formation, and Social Security. His recent projects include studies of U.S. saving behavior and economic growth in China and India. | View Full Bio

  • In the News

    China's growth for several years was very dependent on exports. I think that is now over and simply cannot be supported anymore by growth in the global system. I think we are in a world where China's growth is going to moderate and I think it will stay in the range of about 7% to 8%.

    October 18, 2012, Barry P. Bosworth, Yahoo! News
  • In the News

    I think exit will be a disaster in the short run, but staying in the euro just drags this out forever. As a long-run matter, Greece doesn’t have a viable future inside the Eurozone.

    June 11, 2012, Barry P. Bosworth, Nightly Business Report
  • Interview | Bloomberg Radio

    American Savings and Growth

    February 28, 2012

  • Expert Q & A

    Low U.S. Saving Rate Coming Home to Roost

    February 9, 2012

  • Expert Q & A

    Is the U.S. Headed for Japanese Style Stagnation?

    December 12, 2011

  • In the News

    [A Greek referendum] is a large setback for the euro debt plan… they should start preparing for…[the] ejection of Greece from the euro zone.

    November 1, 2011, Barry P. Bosworth, USA Today
  • In the News

    [Treasury bonds] still are the place that people go when they're frightened. S&P just looked like another frightened bystander.

    August 8, 2011, Barry P. Bosworth, U.S. News & World Report
  • In the News

    We have no historical example that is applicable to such a large country, so any forecasts of how [U.S. debt] will play out are speculative.

    April 26, 2011, Barry P. Bosworth, U.S. News & World Report
  • In the News

    If we are going to do something about the budget deficit, we are all going to have to participate in it, not just a few rich people.

    October 1, 2010, Barry P. Bosworth, CNN
  • Expert Q & A

    GDP Down, Big Trade Imbalance

    July 30, 2010

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