Goldilocks and the Three Bears
AbstractUnlike the Papa, Mama, and Baby Bears faced by the storybook Goldilocks, our Goldilocks faced three ferocious grizzlies: a cascading, global financial crisis; global deflation and excess capacity (or insufficient demand); and a domestic fiscal surplus in conjunction with record private deficits.
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- Jamee K. Moudud, . "1999 Levy Institute Survey of Small Business: An Impending Cash Flow Squeeze?," Economics Policy Note Archive 99-9, Levy Economics Institute.
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