Tuesday, January 19, 2010


Economic pahl-uh-see.

The purpose of policy is to change the economy.
Economic changes are often the result of policy.
Not always, but often, policy is the cause of change.

Is the economy different today? Policy may be the cause.

Consider the changes.
Not only the changes we like.
Not only the changes we want.
All of the changes -- any of the changes -- may be a result of policy.

Consider this:
Things we don't like about our economy may be unintended consequences
of economic policy.

Nuff said?

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