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How Does Our Economic Future Compare with That of 2008? A Glimpse at America’s Road to Recovery

How Does Our Economic Future Compare with That of 2008? A Glimpse at America’s Road to Recovery | Great Recession | Scoop.it
As Americans prepare to cast their ballots in the presidential election, many voters are pausing to assess the state of the economy. In this month’s employment analysis, The Hamilton Project's Michael Greenstone and Adam Looney explore whether America’s economic future looks brighter today than it did four years ago, finding that the data indicate it in fact does.

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The Great Recession | State of Working America

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Causes Of The Great Depression | The Great Depression | Timelines, Causes, Effects

Compare the Great Depression to what's happening in today's economy, causes and effects, timelines, the Dust Bowl, FDR New Deal, 1929 stock market crash, then and now similarities.
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Federal Reserve Bank San Francisco | Gauging the Impact of the Great Recession

Federal Reserve Bank San Francisco | Gauging the Impact of the Great Recession | Great Recession | Scoop.it
The Great Recession of 2007-2009, coming on the heels of a spending binge fueled by a housing bubble, so far has resulted in over $7,300 in foregone consumption per person, or about $175 per person per month. The recession has had many costs, including negative impacts on labor and housing markets, and lost government tax revenues. The extensive harm of this episode raises the question of whether policymakers could have done more to avoid the crisis.
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Comparing the Great Depression to the Great Recession : The Freeman : Foundation for Economic Education

Comparing the Great Depression to the Great Recession : The Freeman : Foundation for Economic Education | Great Recession | Scoop.it
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The low-wage recovery: Industries and jobs after the Great Recession

The low-wage recovery: Industries and jobs after the Great Recession | Great Recession | Scoop.it
2014 analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics data by the National Employment Law Project that examines how jobs lost in the recession differ from those added in the recovery.
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How a Bubble Stayed Under the Radar - New York Times

How a Bubble Stayed Under the Radar - New York Times | Great Recession | Scoop.it
If people do not see any risk, and see only the prospect of outsized investment returns, they will pursue those returns with disregard for the risks.

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Fred Magdoff, "The Great Recession and Its Aftermath: Causes vs. Symptoms"

Fred Magdoff, "The Great Recession and Its Aftermath: Causes vs. Symptoms" | Great Recession | Scoop.it
Chronicling the Crisis of the Working Class
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