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Max Arias of Wharton Business School Discusses Financial Literacy and Wealth Inequality

As the economy continues to erode, Max Arias of Wharton Business School discusses how gaining an early education in finances helps promote savings while reducing disparities in wealth accumulation, with a clear explanation of why stimulus payments might not be inflationary, and whether the U.S. should use adversarial monetary policy against China as reparations for […]

Do Economic Stimulus Payments And Inflation Go Hand In Hand? Finance Phenom Max Arias of Wharton School Says No

The COVID-19 crisis has hit the United States hard, and financial experts had differing opinions on how the pandemic stimulus payments would affect the economy. Some felt that these payments would cause inflation, essentially rendering such payments ineffective over time. Max Arias of Wharton School is studying behavioral economics, and he believes the stimulus payments […]