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Program Number: 20030117
Title: Outlook For the U.S. & The Global Economy
Program Date: Jan 17, 2003
Location: California
Duration: 01:01:33 (hh:mm:ss)
Summary: Erdman assess the state of the U.S. economy. He believes the country has
returned from recession, but is cautious on consumer confidence. Erdman
focuses on the effect of monetary and fiscal policy by the Federal Reserve
and U.S. government, respectively. He laments the state of the California
economy. He continues that relating post-bubble Japanese stagnation to the
U.S. is wrong both in the short-term and ever. Next, corporate governance
is a major problem to Erdman. Then, he evaluates the state of various
international economies. He finishes with is recommendations for the
U.S.

An abridged transcript of the talk and question and answer
period is available at commonwealthclub.org
Speaker(s): Erdman, Paul, 1932-2007. - Economist; business and financial writer; author of many books, including "Crash of '79" and "Panic of '89"
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