Louis Johnston: What does the election mean for the economy?

Econ professor Louis Johnston and Liz Fedor
Left, economics professor Louis Johnston and Liz Fedor of TC Business magazine, right, speak at St. John's University Nov. 9, 2016.
Courtesy of College of St. Benedict-Saint John's University

In an in depth discussion economics professor Louis Johnston explored what the election of Donald Trump for president and a Republican controlled Congress might mean for the economy.

Johnston took on taxes, trade, immigration, jobs, regulations and more.

The event was held November 9, 2016 at St. John's University and the College of St. Benedict, where Louis Johnston is a professor of economics.

Liz Fedor of Twin Cities Business magazine moderated the discussion.

To hear the discussion, click the play button above.

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