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Tuesday, November 09, 2010

The GOP Victory and Macroeconomic Policy

I have a new column:

GOP Victory May End Government Economic Intervention: One of the oldest, most controversial issues in economics is how active government should be in managing the economy. Views on this have varied greatly through the ages, and we are in the middle of yet another large change in attitudes about the proper role of government. ...

I hope I'm wrong about this, and I think there's a decent chance that I am.

    Posted by on Tuesday, November 9, 2010 at 09:27 AM in Economics, Fiscal Policy, Fiscal Times, Monetary Policy, Politics | Permalink  Comments (63)


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