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The Macroeconomic Conundrum: Why macroeconomic policies are not creating jobs and what can be done about it.

Posted on: 23-Sep-2010

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If you’ve been watching general business news, you’ll know that there’s been a general debate about the efficacy of the macroeconomic tool kits used by the Federal Reserve and Congress. Unfortunately, few look at much less address the microeconomic tool kits that are available. First, I’ll address what’s happening, why it’s happening, and then what can be done about it...

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