Increase Spending, Avoid Cuts in 2013, Economists Advise Ben Bernanke

According to a recent Economic Policy Survey, economists advise that the federal government should increase spending, or at least allow it to remain unchanged, in 2013. If you combine this with news from a Boston Consulting Group (BCG) study, U.S. manufacturing and reshoring, the sluggish economy might finally get moving. Small urban manufacturers can provide the key to this growth.

A majority of respondents would prefer that both monetary and fiscal policies become more stimulative or remain unchanged in 2013. – NABE (see full download at end of article).

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