by James Livingston
In theory, it makes perfect sense. In practice, it’s made for disaster since 1983.
by Paul Croce
Constant growth is the great unaddressed issue of the contemporary USA, even though it is a formula for constant frustration.
by Steven Dubner
In an interview on Freakonomics he argues, as he does in his new book,"The Rise and Fall of American Growth," that this means we aren't going to see the high growth spurts we've been used to.
by Tyler Cowen
Counterintuitive though it may sound, the greater peacefulness of the world may make the attainment of higher rates of economic growth less urgent and thus less likely.
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