Poll shows five-year high of outlook on labor market and short-term prospects
Economic growth vs. wage pressure
‘This was doubly stupid,’ now says Harvard prof
In minutes from the committee’s most recent meeting in March, several members indicate concern over the current state and stability of the financial system.
Economist John Lott: Obama refused to shake my hand
Perpetual ‘stimulation’ of the welfare state only stimulates additional government dependence.
Government planners have created a stagflationary growth recession.
A rift has emerged within the Democratic Party between liberal economists and elected officials who have shunned affiliation with the $787 billion stimulus
The Fed could face increasing pressure to deploy monetary policy to lift the economy out of a rut — a prospect that has unsettled officials at the central bank
Obama’s reliance on class-warfare and statism punishes success and hinders recovery.
We should be cutting taxes and increasing spending. We can worry about the debt later.
OPINION: Killing Keynesianism? - Washington Times
With government already so large, stimulus spending has little effect
We need to cut taxes and spending, not just taxes.
Would John Maynard Keynes himself even agree with the Obama administration’s policies?
A deep recession knocked Reagan’s approval rating down and Republicans took a beating in the 1982 mid-terms. But he won a landslide second election. President Obama hopes to repeat this feat
Has the United States crossed a virtual economic point of no return?
Why Keynes was wrong - Forbes
MBA despairs for the current state of macroeconomics
We should have learned from the White House’s reliance on Mr. Zandi’s forecasts in January 2009 that magical “multipliers” yanked from some forecaster’s black box are evidence of nothing
Obama is paying a premium he sees as necessary to create real private sector jobs. He finally understands these jobs are more permanent and fuel a substantial recovery. Too bad his means work against his end
Keynes vs. Hayek: The Great Debate Continues - CATO INSTITUTE
The debates raging over what policies will pull the U.S. economy out of its Great Recession replicate one that occurred during the Great Depression