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The Case For Muddling Through, Adam Davidson, Nelson Schwartz, Christopher Rugaber & Martin Crutsinger, Robert Borosage
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Welcome to the 39th edition of the Pivot Points and Pivot Points blog e-newsletter, by Ed Crego, George Muñoz, and Frank Islam...

This Week's Post: Muddling Through
Normally considered an unsatisfying approach at best, "muddling through" may be the best we can do in a world where macroeconomic models are all broken...

http://bit.ly/muddling_through  


What We’re Reading: Davidson, Schwartz, Rugaber & Crutsinger, Borosage
New York Times reporter Adam Davidson referees a debate between leading economists of the center-left and center-right, Larry Summers and Glen Hubbard…

http://bit.ly/summers_hubbard

Times reporter Nelson Schwartz finds doom-saying economists surprisingly optimistic about growth ahead of us, thanks to innovation, cheap energy, and more...

http://bit.ly/optimistic_pessimists

AP economics writers Christopher Rugaber and Martin Crutsinger echo Schwartz' findings, but for different reasons--a housing recovery, factory orders, and consumer confidence...

http://bit.ly/ap_stronger_econ

But Robert Borosage, President of the Institute for America's Future, points out that the economy is recovering a lot faster than the people, and outlines measures necessary for growth to be truly sustainable...

http://bit.ly/peoples_recovery


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