Is This the Best the Economy Can Do?
The belief that U.S. economic output is less than it could be -- an idea that's driven post-recession policy at the Federal Reserve -- is increasingly challenged by the data, as I described in my last post. That suggests a drop in the country's productive capacity, which leads to an even more vexing question: What's behind that drop? And how should the Fed respond?
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