By Michael Grunwald
A riveting tale approximately swap within the Obama era--and a necessary instruction manual for electorate who wish the reality concerning the president, his list, and his enemies through "Time" senior correspondent Grunwald.
summary: A riveting tale approximately switch within the Obama era--and a vital instruction manual for citizens who wish the reality concerning the president, his checklist, and his enemies via "Time" senior correspondent Grunwald
Read Online or Download The new New Deal : the hidden story of change in the Obama era PDF
Similar economic policy & development books
A brand new annual book devoted to learn at the modern Indian financial system. It offers a discussion board for addressing the scope, pace, and desirability of monetary reforms inside of India and their basic affects at the country's social and fiscal welfare.
Formerly the function of social capital - outlined because the associations and networks of relationships among humans, and the linked norms and values - in courses of poverty relief and improvement has risen to enormous prominence. even supposing improvement practitioners have lengthy suspected that social capital does impact the potency and caliber of so much improvement strategies, this e-book offers the rigorous empirical effects had to make certain that influence and translate it into potent and trained policymaking.
This booklet presents a entire research of housing affordability below the industrial reforms and social modifications in city China. It additionally deals an total assessment of the present govt measures at the housing marketplace and cheap housing rules in China. by way of introducing a dynamic affordability procedure and residual source of revenue technique, the e-book permits us to trap the dimensions of the affordability hole extra thoroughly, to higher determine coverage pursuits, and to evaluate the effectiveness of present public coverage.
Papers awarded at a seminar held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 28-July 1, 1989
- Estonia: the transition to a market economy
- South Korea in the Fast Lane: Economic Development and Capital Formation
- The Marxian Concept of Capital and the Soviet Experience: Essay in the Critique of Political Economy
- Jimmy Carter's Economy: Policy in an Age of Limits
- The Associative Economy: Insights beyond the Welfare State and into Post-Capitalism
Extra resources for The new New Deal : the hidden story of change in the Obama era
Majumdar, a world-renowned energy expert, had run Berkeley’s nanotechnology institute before Chu persuaded him to leave his tenured chair—as well as his wife, two children, and a yellow Lab—behind in California to make change in Washington. His deputy, Duke biochemistry professor Eric Toone, was also a biotech entrepreneur who had helped develop a promising glaucoma drug. None of these men—they were all men—were in public service because they needed a job. They were the kind of dreamers President Kennedy had in mind, imagining things that never were: wind turbines shaped like jet engines, man-made substitutes for rare-earth minerals, electrical transformers the size of suitcases instead of kitchens.
After a historically close election decided by the Supreme Court, pundits predicted that Bush would be forced to govern from the center. But soon he was slashing taxes for the rich; appointing timber, mining, and finance lobbyists to oversee their old industries; launching an un-provoked war; and generally governing as if “divider” were his job title. Republicans ditched the fiscal rectitude of the Clinton years, putting two wars, $2 trillion in tax cuts, a drug benefit for seniors, and a record earmarking binge on the charge card.
1141), green manufacturing (Sec. 1302), and education reform (Sec. 20 They were all campaign priorities, and his transition team had already made sure the stimulus would direct record funding to all of them. Obama was not the first politician to propose any of them. In fact, except for his early opposition to the Iraq War, little about his policies had set him apart from his more experienced rivals in the Democratic primary. His agenda was largely the center-left Democratic agenda of reversing the Bush era, reviving the middle class, and investing in the future.
The new New Deal : the hidden story of change in the Obama era by Michael Grunwald