Placing manufacturing in context (with reference to Frank Sinatra, Joseph Schumpeter, Ernie Preeg, George Mitchell, Tom Stemberg, a feckless Congress and … Secretariat)
AbstractRemarks before the U.S. Manufacturing Summit, Orlando, Florida, August 22, 2013 ; "The remaining obstacle to being the absolute best economy for manufacturers and other businesses, bar none, has been fiscal and regulatory policy that seems incapable of providing job-creating manufacturers and other businesses with tax, spending and regulatory incentives to take advantage of the cheap and abundant fuel the Fed has provided."
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas in its series Speech with number 135.
Date of creation: 2013
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