3 Reasons Why We Aren't at Full Recovery Yet and 2 Ways We Can Get There

March 14, 2014

Some observers have declared that the United States has reached a full recovery after the Great Recession because per capita GDP growth has rebounded to pre-recession levels. But in a thorough essay at the Economic Policy Institute, Josh Bivens argues that the logic is highly flawed and that we're far from a full recovery.  He also provides several policy suggestions that would get us much closer to that elusive full recovery and on the path to raising wages.

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