Economic Growth during the Recovery from the Recession of – Introduction the Importance of Restoring Strong Growth

@inproceedings{Taylor2012EconomicGD,
  title={Economic Growth during the Recovery from the Recession of – Introduction the Importance of Restoring Strong Growth},
  author={John Bernard Taylor},
  year={2012}
}
Economic growth during the recovery from the recession of –  has been remarkably slow—only . percent at an annual rate in the fi rst twoandahalf years. By comparison, economic growth during a comparable period following the deep American recession that ended in  averaged . percent. Employment growth has also been very weak, with a smaller percentage of the working age population now employed than when the recovery began. It is no exaggeration to say that this has been the weakest… CONTINUE READING

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