Clayton-Matthews predicts potential for economic losses at outside summer events due to lingering fear from Boston marathon bombings

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Economics? Biggest loss is yet to come, experts say

By Jack Minch and Jennifer Swift New Haven Register

The biggest economic impact to Friday’s lockdown of Greater Boston is yet to come, said Northeastern University economist and professor of public policy Alan Clayton-Matthews.

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