Confessions of a Pundit

Karabell, Zachary
March 2009
Newsweek (Atlantic Edition);3/9/2009 (Atlantic Edition), Vol. 153 Issue 10, p45
The author focuses on economic commentators and advisors and suggests that some analysts and economists are neither objective nor neutral. The author believes that economic experts should be looked at as someone who is trying to sell a product. The author also says that not all experts are acting in their own interest and are behaving in accordance with economic conditions in the United States.


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