Poor Civics, Bad Economics and Worse Outcomes

The plight of the U.S. economy has been variously described as a consequence of prolonged over spending and under saving, poorly conducted monetary policy and abysmal regulation, or increasing entitlements combined with tax avoidance. There is truth in each of these criticisms, and yet, the economic challenges facing the world’s largest economy are eminently solvable. So what is preventing this?

Authors / Contributors:
Danny Leipziger
Publication Type: 
Economic Viewpoing
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