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The Regional Economist
The economy gets back on track, but once again leaves many workers behind
Kevin L. Kliesen
Abstract

After each of the past two recessions, the recovery has been lackluster, with little economic growth and job creation. Historically, the rebound has been much stronger. Is the economy changing fundamentally?


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Kevin L. Kliesen, "The economy gets back on track, but once again leaves many workers behind" , Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, The Regional Economist, issue Jan., pages 4-9, 2004.
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Keywords: Recessions ; Unemployment
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