When Five Economists Debate...
Ask five economics professors a simple question, and you'll get several dozen complicated answers. At least that's what happened in early January in New Orleans, when five of the nation's top academic economists butted heads over how Americans should go about "charting our course in the New Economy." One said a recession is a sure thing. Others said that's unlikely. One denied that the New Economy even exists, while another confessed embarrassment over having taken so long to realize its existence, and yet another claimed the New Economy began in 1844.
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