Letter from the Editor

Madrick, Jeff
January 2012
Challenge (05775132);Jan/Feb2012, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p3
Academic Journal
The article discusses the author's view on the implications of policy errors and economic history on economic recovery. It notes that the country's steady poor economic condition despite the lessons gained from its economic history implies poor economic leadership. It suggest that the lessons learned from recession could help improve the road towards economic growth and development. Meanwhile, it explores the negative impact of inaccurate analysis of debts on the economy.


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