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by Pearl Kamer

eBook The U.S. Economy in Crisis: Adjusting to the New Realities ePub
Author: Pearl Kamer
Language: English
ISBN: 0275930726
ISBN13: 978-0275930721
Publisher: Praeger (October 6, 1988)
Pages: 215
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 400
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ePub file: 1536 kb
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The U. S. Economy in Crisis : Adjusting to the New Realities. This timely and important book takes a serious view of our current economic situation.

adjusting to the new realities. Published 1988 by Praeger in New York.

Economy in Crisis: Adjusting to the New Realities. In recent decades, most new metropolitan population and job growth has occurred in the suburbs.

She is the author of two books: Crisis in Urban Public Finance and The . Economy in Crisis: Adjusting to the New Realities

Kamer is chief economist of the Long Island Association, Long Island 's largest business organization, where she monitors regional business activity. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Broad Hollow Bioscience Park at Farmingdale State College and is vice-chair of the Route 110 Redevelopment Corporation. She is the author of two books: Crisis in Urban Public Finance and The . One of the biggest requests we receive from alumni is the chance to network with industry leaders," said Eileen Hasson, director of alumni affairs.

But the churning economy has run up against 30 years of resistance to the kind of development experts say is. .But the worsening housing crisis here has created a political environment where prospects for a state housing intervention appear more likely than ever.

But the churning economy has run up against 30 years of resistance to the kind of development experts say is urgently needed. California has always been a desirable place to live and over the decades has gone through periodic spasms of high housing costs, but officials say the combination of a booming economy and the lack of construction of homes and apartments have combined to make this the worst housing crisis here in memory.

The US Fed has dropped rates to inject liquidity into the system, even in the face of an historically weak dollar and an.

The US Fed has dropped rates to inject liquidity into the system, even in the face of an historically weak dollar and an economy that is at or near full employment and growing at above-trend rates. This has raised the issue of "moral hazard" and concerns that the Fed and Treasury are synthetically engineering a bailout of the banking sector.

This timely and important book takes a serious view of our current economic situation. The author's conclusions differ from the conventional wisdom, which suggests that the manufacturing sector is regaining much of its dominance as a result of the declining dollar, that exports will take over as a major source of economic growth, that a recession is unlikely, and that a depression is no longer possible. Indeed, she outlines many similarities between the excesses of the 1980s and those of the 1920s which led to the Great Depression. The author provides convincing evidence that the recent economic recovery may only have provided a smokescreen for the continued deterioration of the U.S. economy.

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