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Roadblocks to recovery (with apologies to W. H. Auden and Gershon Bleichroder)

"While it appears urgent, if not agreeable, to use massive public spending to stimulate an economy under duress, an economy cannot sustain long-term growth under the weight of significant fiscal burdens." ; Remarks before the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth, Dallas, Texas, February 10, 2010.
Speeches and Essays , Paper 22

The U.S. economic outlook

Remarks at the Washington and Lee University H. Parker Willis Lecture in Political Economics, Lexington, Virginia.
Speech , Paper 20

Journal Article
The changing American attitude toward debt, and its consequences

The American people no longer view the government budget deficit as a significant problem. This represents a radical change in the attitude of Americans from thirty years ago, when even small deficits were viewed with great concern. People are not much concerned about our long string of trade deficits, either. Moreover, there is no perception of the linkage between the federal budget deficit and the trade deficit. ; The author describes the factors that have produced this change in American values, drawing on his own experience in government. He goes on to assess the consequences, past and ...
New England Economic Review , Issue May , Pages 34-39

Fiscal issues: from here to eternity (with apologies to Burt Lancaster, Deborah Kerr and Donna Reed)

Remarks before the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association Financial Institutions Conference, Irving, Texas, April 16, 2007 ; "Yes, we remain the biggest player on the global stage, but if we fail to get our fiscal house in order, we could bequeath our descendants unconscionable debt and slow the global economy to boot. Is that to be our legacy?"
Speeches and Essays , Paper 49

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Global factors in budget deficits

International Economic Trends , Issue Nov

Working Paper
Crowding out and the wealth role of government debt

Working Papers in Applied Economic Theory , Paper 85-02

Journal Article
The current recession in perspective

An abstract for this article is not available.
Economic Review , Volume 61 , Issue May , Pages 2-7

Journal Article
Investigating U.S. government and trade deficits

Economic Review , Issue May , Pages 1-11

Journal Article
A perspective on the federal deficit problem

Review , Volume 66 , Issue Jun , Pages 5-17

Working Paper
Macroeconomic behavior during periods of speculative pressure or realignment: evidence from Pacific Basin economies

This paper uses non-parametric tests to provide a description of the "stylized facts" associated with episodes of speculative pressure in foreign exchange markets in Pacific Basin Economies, and to see whether these "stylized facts" appear to be broadly consistent with the alternative explanations for such episodes suggested in the theoretical literature. ; The empirical results are mixed, but some of the results are nonetheless suggestive. Episodes of depreciation appear to be associated with larger budget deficits and growth in central bank domestic credit, than episodes of ...
Pacific Basin Working Paper Series , Paper 95-05



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