(Not Even) Knowing What We Don't Know
Newsweek's Robert Samuelson says that "many assumptions that economists once casually accepted and taught are now suspect or discredited."
Need examples? He has three:
We once thought we understood consumer spending, the economy's mainstay.
We don't know how much the world economy affects the United States
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