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Inquiry into Debt/GDP Feedbacks in the United States

In Economy on March 31, 2011 at 1:10 AM

What is the effect of United States government borrowing load applied to own-real income growth percentages? If we are to evaluate economists Carmen Reinhart, Maryland University, and Kenneth Rogoff, Harvard University, and their widely-cited, and now seemingly conventional, insight that debt levels breaching the implosive debt-to-gross domestic product limit of ninety percent literally imply significantly reduced real income growth for a country, then the United States audience should now be a captive audience in high-drama suspense mode. Read the rest of this entry »