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Abstract Before the 2008 crisis, macroeconomic theory and central bank practice regarded low and stable inflation to be a policy objective that was sufficient to ensure macroeconomic and financial stability. There was little concern with the details of the financial system or balance sheet...
Abstract Although recent performance and the short-term outlook for the U.S. federal budget deficit have been favorable, the good news is not expected to continue. Low interest rates and slowly growing health costs have helped ease the burden of debt, but they are not expected to continue for...
Abstract There is an increasing interest in the economic and financial knowledge of the public. Former Federal Reserve Chairmen Greenspan and Bernanke often stressed the importance of improved economic and financial knowledge of the general public. Recent survey results from the 2012 National...
Abstract Solar panel manufacturing, while comprising a small role in the energy sector, illustrates the government’s ability to foster growth in nascent industries as well as its limits in protecting these industries from international competition. Environmental concerns over climate change have...
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