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The Investment Crisis Midwifing the Ongoing Recession

Investment in what experts call “real inputs”—structures and machines that enable and boost future output and productivity—is one way an economy grows over time. No wonder, then, that an economic crisis occurred just decades after the share of national income going to investment began declining during the start of the neoliberal era, around 1980, UMass-Amherst professor Gerald Friedman writes in Dollars & Sense.

Posted on Aug 9, 2013 READ MORE



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Three Economic Myths Busted

As a share of national income, federal spending peaked during the Reagan administration; spending has increased only half as fast under President Obama as under President Bush; and declining revenues, not rising spending, accounts for the swelling federal deficit overseen by the Bush and Obama administrations.

Posted on May 31, 2013 READ MORE


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