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Economists weigh in on what’s ahead for the housing market, job growth, and the overall prospects for economic recovery.
- Jon Hilsenrath Chief economic correspondent, Wall Street Journal
- Allen Sinai Chief global economist and president of Decision Economics
- Paul Krugman Professor of economics, Princeton University and op-ed columnist, New York Times
- Chris Varvares President, Macroeconomic Advisers
- Douglas Holtz-Eakin Chief economist, director, Congressional Budget Office from 2003 to 2006, and senior domestic policy adviser to the McCain Campaign and a member of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission.
- James Paulsen Chief investment strategist, Wells Capital Management
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