Walk Down Memory Lane: Lessons from the Fed’s Governance

Published on
October 29th, 2021
Duration
53 minutes


Walk Down Memory Lane: Lessons from the Fed’s Governance

The Interview ·
Featuring Rob Dugger & Harry Melandri

Published on: October 29th, 2021 • Duration: 53 minutes

History tends to repeat itself — what can we learn from the Fed’s actions over time? With persistent supply-side shock inflation running through the economy today, Rob Dugger, managing partner at Hanover Provident LLC, outlines lessons learned from the Fed as it dealt with an ever-changing political agenda during the 1970’s inflation craze. He shares his courtside perspective with Harry Melandri of MI2 Partners, and the pair dives into some causes for slowing GDP growth in the U.S. and why some sectors receive more political backing than others. Dugger also gives his take on why capital flows still aren’t sufficiently halting the climate change crisis. Recorded on October 26, 2021.