May 2, 10 •
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Developing Economies, Macroeconomic Measurement •
Elaine Schwartz •
Hearing that U.S. real GDP growth for the first quarter was 3.2%, I wondered how well we were doing. We can look at past recessions to assess 3.2%. Looking back to the early 1980s, some economists say they were hoping for better. Like a “V”, when
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