No Recession Here
- 'Three percent solution' is shot in the arm that the economy needs. Davis, J. Morton // Hill;2/11/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 16, p28
The article focuses on the recession experienced by the U.S. which is conceived to be the worst of times with the continuous fall of housing prices and home foreclosures proliferate.
- The case of the reluctant recovery. Cullison, William E. // Economic Review (00946893);Jul/Aug92, Vol. 78 Issue 4, p3
Focuses on the recessions and the recoveries that follow them. Variations; Total payroll employment; Characteristics of employment cycles; Supervisory workers and production workers; Structural changes; Evidence of downsizing and restructuring.
- The New York City recession. Brauer, David; Flaherty, Mark // Quarterly Review (01476580);Spring92, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p66
Examines the origins, scope and sectoral profile of the New York City recession. The scope of the recession; Industrial composition and employment growth; Effect of the city's continuing economic imbalances; Conclusions.
- A historical perspective on the 1989-92 slow growth period. Brauer, David // Quarterly Review (01476580);Summer93, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p1
Compares the 1990-91 recession and the surrounding period of sluggish growth with earlier recessionary episodes. Background on the 1990-91 recession; Extended slow growth period from 1989 to 1993; Salient features of the period; Effect of the output gap; Economic indicators.
- Recessionary gloom lingers as consumers stop spending. Barkey, Patrick // Indianapolis Business Journal;3/24/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p34
Forecasts a possible recession in the U.S. Decline in consumer spending; Overall weakness of the national economy; Fractious relationship with Europe; Rise in unemployment rate.
- Growing richer in the regions. Spencer, Kris // Geographical (Campion Interactive Publishing);Jan1994, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p49
Discusses the economic recession that hit the United Kingdom and its effects on the regions. Northern restructuring; Southern regions; Skills factor; Regional future of the United Kingdom.
- Index: Recession chances slim. // Crain's Detroit Business;11/11/96, Vol. 12 Issue 46, p42
Reports that the Recession Watch Index which was compiled by the Comerica Bank has reported a 31 percent chance of a national recession occurring in 1996. Factors which influenced this prediction; Comments from William Wilson, a vice president and economist for Detroit-based Comerica.
- Disinflation and the recession-now-versus-recession-later hypothesis: Evidence from Uruguay. Hoffmaister, Alexander W.; Vegh, Carlos A. // IMF Staff Papers;Jun96, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p355
Provides evidence on the recession-now-versus-recession-later hypothesis for Uruguay. Factors for choosing Uruguay to test disinflation econometric model; Use of a vector-autoregression model for analyzing evidence; Outcome of exchange-rate-based stabilization; Description of money-based...
- Global fallout. Fraust, L. // Scholastic Update;3/8/91, Vol. 123 Issue 12, p19
Examines the impact of the United States recession on several other countries. Canada; Mexico; Japan; Great Britain.