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(Bloomberg)   Economists agree on most major macroeconomic issues - it's politics that makes it appear otherwise   ( divider line
    More: Obvious, U.S., Ramesh Ponnuru, Arthur Laffer, mainstream economists, Jeffrey Goldberg, economics  
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2012-07-24 11:29:27 AM  
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Deneb81: No they don't. Read any economist blogs and you'll see a lot of disagreement. There's huge disagreement over what to do in Europe, about fiscal stimulus, about taxes...

Now, you can say this is because the economists have become part of the political scheme and are pushing theories to match preconceived outcomes... But even then there's disagreement even if only for show.

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