Another Slowdown

John H. Makin
Content Type
Policy Brief
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research
Market conditions in the United States, Japan, China, and Europe portend a weakening global economy. While not dramatic in any one region save an earthquake-burdened Japan, these conditions could accumulate to create a problematic loss of momentum for global growth, especially compared to current upbeat consensus views for the second half of 2011.
Economics, International Trade and Finance, Global Recession
Political Geography
United States, Japan, China, Europe