Bank of America Chief Economist, Mickey Levy, discusses Obama's stimulus package, the US housing market, unemployment, the prospects for a sustained recovery in the US economy, and lessons learned from Japan’s recession in the 1990s.
Mickey Levy is chief economist at Bank of America Securities.
Daniel Rosenblum became the Director of Corporate & Policy Programs at Japan Society in 1999 and Vice President in 2003. Before joining Japan Society, he worked as a financial journalist for 16 years, with assignments in Tokyo, Hong Kong, London and Washington, DC. Most recently he was a producer for Reuters Financial Television in New York.
Rosenblum has traveled extensively throughout Asia. A graduate of Oberlin College in Ohio, he holds a BA in Japanese Language and Literature. He spent seven years in Tokyo as a child, where he attended the Nishimachi International School.