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Outside editorial: False stimulus

...checks that went out in the spring. Today, it's clear that expensive palliative solved nothing. Harvard's Martin Feldstein, the head of the National Bureau of Economic Research, was one of the many economists who urged this sort of program...
Some expert views on what should happen next

...officials who have generally been afraid to look hard and long at what was happening in the casino of capitalism. Martin Feldstein, president emeritus of the National Bureau of Economic Research and economics professor at Harvard University...
Skepticism of Obama's stimulus package

...the notion that government must do, well, something - something big. Conservative economists such as Harvard's Martin Feldstein support a stimulus package. Heck, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell passes for a fiscal conservative these...
George W. Bush could be seen as a modern Herbert Hoover

...but it's been with us now for 72 years. What's more, virtually every reputable conservative economist, from Martin Feldstein on down, now supports a government stimulus program. But Bush, drawing on no known body of economic thought...
Outside Editorial: Stimulus bill needs Obama's intervention

...will be wasted because the investment elements were not carefully crafted." Former Reagan administration economist Martin Feldstein writes that "it delivers too little extra employment and income for such a large fiscal deficit." Columbia University's...
A chapter that Detroit's big automakers should open

...his promise to help the auto companies and in a way that improves prospects for the American automobile industry. Martin Feldstein an economics professor at Harvard University, is president emeritus of the National Bureau of Economic Research...
Cap-and-trade: All cost, no benefit

...worse. Taxpayers and legislators should keep these things in mind before enacting any cap-and-trade system. Martin Feldstein, a professor of economics at Harvard University and president emeritus of the nonprofit National Bureau of Economic...


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