Policy uncertainty rises in polling season
- Uncertainty around economic policy tends to rise even more in more polarized elections, a study finds
Uncertainty around economic policy tends to go up sharply in the months leading up to an election, a new working paper published by the US National Bureau of Economic Research shows. The risk of such spikes in uncertainty ahead of elections have become even more magnified in recent times due to increased polarization and the coronavirus crisis.
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