Where Are the New Markets?
Something is missing in the current discussion about economic policy to return the U.S. economy to growth. One side calls for more stimulus; the other worries about driving up the deficit. A stimulus might cure a crisis; a deficit could interfere with future monetary and fiscal policy. But even if the short-term crisis is overcome, without an unmanageable deficit, the long term awaits. And the authors contend that it presents a different set of problems that are not being faced.
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Volume (Year): 53 (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 (March)
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