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Herbert Stein examines the events, policies, and personalities that have shaped our economy for a half century. After tracing the development of economic theory from the Keynesian revolution of the 1930s to the supply-side revolution of the 1980s, he offers a critique of Reagan's "economics of joy." In the new chapters in this edition, Stein brings his analysis up to date Herbert Stein examines the events, policies, and personalities that have shaped our economy for a half century. After tracing the development of economic theory from the Keynesian revolution of the 1930s to the supply-side revolution of the 1980s, he offers a critique of Reagan's "economics of joy." In the new chapters in this edition, Stein brings his analysis up to date with commentary on both the Bush and Clinton approaches to the economy.


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Herbert Stein examines the events, policies, and personalities that have shaped our economy for a half century. After tracing the development of economic theory from the Keynesian revolution of the 1930s to the supply-side revolution of the 1980s, he offers a critique of Reagan's "economics of joy." In the new chapters in this edition, Stein brings his analysis up to date Herbert Stein examines the events, policies, and personalities that have shaped our economy for a half century. After tracing the development of economic theory from the Keynesian revolution of the 1930s to the supply-side revolution of the 1980s, he offers a critique of Reagan's "economics of joy." In the new chapters in this edition, Stein brings his analysis up to date with commentary on both the Bush and Clinton approaches to the economy.

34 review for Presidential Economics: The Making of Economic Policy from Roosevelt to Clinton

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tom

    This is an excellent book to gain an understanding of how different presidents approached economic policy, but is much more than that. Herbert Stein offers a brief course in competitive economic theory and how they are applied in real life situations with wit and humor. It is easy to see where Ben Stein got his sense of humor. It would have been great if he could have written about W and Obama's economic policy. How the government responded to the 2008 crash and Bernanke's use of the FED to keep This is an excellent book to gain an understanding of how different presidents approached economic policy, but is much more than that. Herbert Stein offers a brief course in competitive economic theory and how they are applied in real life situations with wit and humor. It is easy to see where Ben Stein got his sense of humor. It would have been great if he could have written about W and Obama's economic policy. How the government responded to the 2008 crash and Bernanke's use of the FED to keep the economy growing during the deadlock between the President and congress. Stein's voice is one I miss.

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    Jim

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    Ben

    super useful, if you happen to be in the early stages of a research paper on the Council of Economic Advisers. If not, you're probably ok super useful, if you happen to be in the early stages of a research paper on the Council of Economic Advisers. If not, you're probably ok

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