A Voice of Economic Sanity

Walker, Lewis J.
April 2004
On Wall Street;Apr2004, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p96
Trade Publication
Comments on the failure of U.S. legislators to adopt the economic ideas of Nobel Prize-winner Robert Mundell. Expertise of Mundell; Significance of the work of Mundell according to an editorial in the "Wall Street Journal" after winning the Nobel Prize; Taxation policies of previous presidents that have contributed to economic growth.


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