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Saturday, August 28, 2010

Government Expenditures and GDP Growth in the US and Germany

Let's bring two graphs together. First, Paul Krugman compares the percentage change in real GDP for the U.S. and Germany since the 4th quarter of 2007


And Dean Baker shows the OECD's estimates of real government expenditures since the 3rd quarter of 2008:


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