At John Hopkins University, Henry M. Paulson Jr. talks about five principles he believes would strengthen the economies of the United States and China.
Jessica, thanks so much for that kind introduction. It’s great to be back at SAIS.
Now, I’m sure you’ve noticed that the world economy continues to face some tough challenges:
In the United States, banks and capital markets are more stable and better capitalized than they were in 2008. And government regulators have important new authorities that they lacked just three years ago.