Facing tough choices: balancing fiscal and social deficits
A blend of descriptive and prescriptive economics, this survey provides a thorough examination of our current fiscal and monetary policies and problems. With an eye to special interest politics, Eastaugh shows the difficulties in--and the necessity of--surmounting our fiscal, educational, trade, productivity, and health care accessibility deficits.
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