Global Economic Stalemate?

By: Ian Campbell | Wed, Jun 27, 2012
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Why Read: Because the referenced article is a well-balanced, well-written, very brief - albeit somewhat simplistic - overview of the economic models of the United States and the Eurozone. The article also speaks to China and briefly references Brazil and India.

Featured Article: An article Monday written by Robert Samuelson, a Washington Post syndicated columnist. In this article, Mr. Samuelson describes the economic model of:

Mr. Samuelson expresses the belief that:

Mr. Samuelson then concludes that the long-term expectations of the populaces in these and other countries are being 'assaulted', and that as a result:

Commentary: Again, this article is worth reading as a high level discussion of but some of the reasons that things in the U.S. and Eurozone 'are where there now are'. The article is not a detailed economic treatise, nor presumably is it intended to be. With respect to the things Mr. Samuelson suggests that might individually or in combination generate greater growth in America:

Little more needs to be said.

Sources of Global Economic Stalemate
Source: Real Clear Markets, Robert Samuelson, June 25, 2012
Reading time: 4 minutes



Ian Campbell

Author: Ian Campbell

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Through his website and his Business Transition & Valuation Review newsletter Ian R. Campbell shares his perspectives on business transition, business valuation and world economic and financial markets influences on those two topics. A recognized business valuation and transition authority, he founded Toronto based Campbell Valuation Partners Limited (1976). He currently is working to bring his business valuation and transition experience to both business owners and their advisors in our new economic, business and financial markets normal.

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