Nobel Winner Stiglitz Sees More Recession Odds in RomneyRich Miller
Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz said the election of Mitt Romney as president in November would “significantly” raise the odds of a recession because it would herald a shift to a much tighter budget.
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