From Business Insider:
"Gregory Daco, chief US economist at Oxford Economics, explains where Trump needs to focus to boost the economy.
"'Well, I think that if you really want to boost the economy over a longer period of time, you have to address a few issues. You have to address the fact that we have really low productivity growth. You have to address the fact that we have severe constraints in terms of an aging population and therefore you need to increase the quality of the labor and that comes through education. You need to increase the desire of businesses to invest and reassure them that future demand will be there, and that can come through a flurry of different proposals. But the core, the essence of these proposals has to be an environment from a policy standpoint that is certain, and that also promotes stronger investment via a lower tax burden and a burden that’s competitive from an international standpoint.'"