How Fragile is the U.S. Economy?
Anwar Shaikh (),
Claudio H. Dos Santos and
Economics Strategic Analysis Archive from Levy Economics Institute
As we projected in a previous strategic analysis, the U.S. economy experienced growth rates higher than 4 percent in 2004. The question we want to raise in this strategic analysis is whether these rates will persist or come back down. We believe that several signs point in the latter direction. In what follows, we analyze the evidence and explore the alternatives facing the U.S. economy.
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