How to Make Atlas Shrug

Karlgaard, Rich
November 2010
Forbes Asia;Nov2010, Vol. 6 Issue 13, p114
The article presents the author's opinion on supply-side economics. He states that the key to grow wealth and stimulate demand in supply-side economics is to motivate the producers to produce. He states that professionals including doctors, lawyers, and consultants who earn more than 250,000 dollars a year control their incomes at the margin. He states in the political arena, supply side means to reduce taxation on producers to get more production.


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