Is saving too low in the United States?

Cullison, William E.
May 1990
Economic Review (00946893);May/Jun90, Vol. 76 Issue 3, p20
Academic Journal
Examines the concept of saving and evaluates whether the growth rate of saving in the United States in the 1980s has been slow relative to its own past and slow relative to the rates of saving and investment in other countries. Saving and investment defined; National Income of Product Accounts (NIPA); Existing conditions of saving and investment in the United States; Alternatives and complements to the NIPA.


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