Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Lessons of the Great Recession

Lessons of The Great Recession
Foster's Daily Democrat
There has been much discussion at the national level over what is perceived to be the "new normal" — persistently high unemployment and a sluggish economy into the foreseeable future. Now it appears there may be a new normal settling in here in the ...
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Leading Through a Fiscal Nightmare
Education Week News
Borrowing from McNamee's book (2002), we named this theme “Trying to Find the New Normal,” referring to the concept of a new normal that's been created due to the economic stress that pervades our culture. ABC News, for example, reported that “The ...
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If "America Can Do Whatever We Set Our Mind To," How Come Our Leaders Won't ...
Huffington Post (blog)
Meanwhile, we're being asked to accept years of underemployment, low growth and draconian cuts to America's social safety nets as the "new normal." Or, as Bill Clinton put it in a different context, the "tyranny of low expectations. ...
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China's bad economic news is not necessarily good for the US
Washington Post
Is Mississippi the new normal for an America that's competitive in the global marketplace? “We made a mistake by picking Mississippi,” conceded Harold Sirkin, a senior partner and managing director at the Boston Consulting Group who authored the study. ...
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EFI Connect Continues to Grow
Wide Format Online
In fact, CEO Guy Gecht's keynote on Thursday morning was entitled "Succeeding in the New Normal," and this was what the conference was focused on. One highlight was Wednesday morning's Fireside Chat between Gecht and Adobe President & CEO Shantanu ...
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Businesses still face financing challenges
Eastern Iowa Business
Banks are being cautious because they don't know what the 'new normal' is.” William Strauss, senior economist with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, believes many banks are concerned that what is adequate capital today will prove inadequate in the ...
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If "America Can Do Whatever We Set Our Mind To," How Come Our Leaders Won't Set Their Minds on Jobs?

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