A Global Realignment by 2020: U.S. Decline, Emerging Economies Rise
In IPC?s One Pager #62, we projected until 2015 the impact on the global economy of rising oil prices, a falling dollar and a U.S. recession, and then the additional effect of the monetary and fiscal stimulus that the U.S. Government implemented in response to the crisis. In the process, we discovered that the long-term prospects of the U.S. economy were projected to worsen after 2015. (...)
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|Publication status:||Published by UNDP - International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth , July 2008, pages 1-1|
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