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The Theory of Planning a Successful Economic Recovery

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Mon, 6 Feb 2012

Imagine a local policymaker trying to pull his district out of an economic crisis. Since his funds are limited, he must decide how best to distribute them to ensure the most successful recovery. Reaching that decision requires him to answer several questions. For example, should he subsidize corpor

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