In New York City, our coastline, growing population and aging infrastructure put us on the front lines of the climate battle, which poses challenges to our future prosperity and quality of life.
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Does fiscal policy respond systematically to economic activity? Can fiscal policy promote macroeconomic stability? Does greater stability support stronger growth? The answer is yes on all counts.
In the last forty years, periods of economic growth, stagnation, and recession have occurred in equal measure irrespective of which party held the power.
I will state my bias plainly for all Huffington Post readers. I don't trust The Trust. It's not privatization. It's worse: it's corporatization
DEAUVILLE - The Group of Eight leaders agreed on Friday that the global economy recovery was becoming more "self-sustained," although higher commo...
Like many things, there may be a time and a place for using subsidies. But they need to be better targeted. And, often, there will be better alternatives. Alternatives that do a better job of protecting the poor.
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