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The fiscal revolution in America
This study chronicles the revolution in fiscal policy that occurred in the United States between the administrations of Herbert Hoover and John F.Kennedy. Unforeseen by any economist or school of
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A Successful Accident: Recollections and Speculations about the CEA
As originally conceived, the President's Council of Economic Advisers would have a unique relation with the president, using Keynesian analysis to advise him on maintaining full employment. After
What I think: essays on economics, politics, and life
Stein has collected his latest observations on the past and the present of the American economy and on his own life and times, discoursing on topics including the state of the economy, the budget and
Presidential Economics: The Making of Economic Policy from Roosevelt to Clinton
This book examines the events, policies, and personalities that have shaped our economy for a half century.
The Fiscal Revolution in America: Policy in Pursuit of Reality
This revised edition describes the revolution in US fiscal policy that occurred during administrations of various 20th-century American presidents, when the principle of balancing the budget gave way
Governing the $5 trillion economy
What the problem is Part I: Budgeting the national output: Historical background Key issues Reforming the allocation process Budgets for the 1990s Part II: The budget and economic stability: How we