Miller, Matthew
May 1996
New Republic;5/13/96, Vol. 214 Issue 20, p20
Disputes the economic arguments and ideas of those who criticize the U.S. Federal Reserve Board headed by Alan Greenspan in 1996. State of the economic growth rate of the country; Explanation of the concept of non-accelerating inflation rate of unemployment; Factors considered in computing the long-run potential rate of growth; Rebuttal to economic issues raised by Lester Thurow and Felix Rohaytn.


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