The Credibility of US Economic Policymaking is in Shreds (The New Statesman)



Dartmouth Economics Professor David “Danny” Blanchflower (photo by Joseph Mehling ’69)

“How can anyone be reassured that this Congress will make an appropriate and timely decision when the next crisis comes along, as it surely will?”

This question is posed by David Blanchflower, the Rauner Professor of Economics at Dartmouth, in a column for The New Statesman examining the recent debt limit legislation in the U.S. He also compares and contrasts U.S. economic performance to that of U.K.

Read the full story, published 08/04/11.

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