Recipe For Growth: Give Central Banks Plenty Of Slack...

Long-term economic growth was the topic occupying center stage as many of the nation's leading economists and central bankers from around the world gathered in late August at a symposium sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City in Jackson Hole, Wyo. As the group mulled the current global slump and the slowdown in the industrial world's expansion since the 1960s, the emphasis was on promoting investment in human and physical capital.

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