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Competing Theories for Slow Economic Growth; Fed Paper Argues Demographics

There are two main interpretative frameworks that seek to explain slow growth and low interest rates. The first is associated with Rogoff and Rinehart. They argue that the recent economic performance is largely what should be expected...
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