Why stimulus has failed

After an era of easy credit, the economy needs to adjust to more normal and sustainable sources of demand.

Two fundamental beliefs have driven economic policy around the world in recent years. The first is that the world suffers from a shortage of aggregate demand relative to supply; the second is that monetary and fiscal stimulus will close the gap.

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