Regime Uncertainty and the Great Recession
By Wolf von Laer, Adam G. Martin
This article appeared in the Spring 2016 issue of The Independent Review.
Uncertainty triggered by government policy may have played a large role in the U.S. economys slow recovery from the Great Recession. Whether or not it is the leading cause of the sluggishness, regime uncertainty is a powerful idea that adds nuance to the theory of market process.
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