3396836_Fixing_the_U.S. Economy

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Fixing the U.S. Economy 1 Running head: FIXING THE U.S. ECONOMY Fixing the U.S. Economy [Author’s Name] [Institution’s Name]
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Fixing the U.S. Economy 2 Fixing the U.S. Economy The performance of the U.S. economy reflects, at any time, three sets of forces: first, the short-term fluctuations of the business cycle and government's success in regulating this cycle by manipulating the levers of fiscal and monetary policy; second, external forces, such as energy or raw materials shortages, international debt crises, or the emergence of new industrial competitors; and third, internal public policies and public and private investments that shape those institutions and resources that underpin and sustain our economy--including the building and maintenance of public infrastructure, preparation and recycling of human resources, and the evolution of public and private institutions that define and regulate the marketplace. Until recently, noisy debates about the first two sets of influences on economic performance have drowned out most discussions of the third. However, the last of the three is likely to have much greater influence than the others on the nation's long-run economic vitality. This collection of essays
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