Stiglitz, Sen, and the End of RecessionBy
Most forecasters expect third quarter real GDP growth to be positive, perhaps as much as 3%. This will be widely hailed as a sign that the nasty recession of 2008-2009 has come to an end. Indeed, the Fed’s statement today that “economic activity has picked up” seems to fuel the belief that the recovery has started.
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