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Who Will Fix the US Economy?

An economy is simply an accumulation of transactions involving goods and services, mostly carried out by business enterprises. Their behavior is what matters, and this can be adequately perceived only on the ground, where the behavior occurs – where an economy is built, where it breaks, and where it must be fixed.

MONTREAL – Much commentary about the American economy nowadays leaves the impression that economists should fix its problems. But Washington is teeming with smart economists, and the problems remain.

An economy is like a cloud: only when inside does one realize how diffuse it is – and that what matters are the particles of vapor that it comprises.

Likewise, an economy is an accumulation of transactions involving goods and services, mostly carried out by business enterprises. Their behaviors are what matters, and they cannot be adequately perceived from the distant perspective of economic models and statistics, but only on the ground – where an economy is built, where it breaks, and where it must be fixed.

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