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Why Is The Economic Recovery So Slow?

 November 20, 2012 11:42 AM


(By Donald Marron) The U.S. economy has recovered slowly since the official end of the Great Recession in 2009. Mark Lasky and Charles Whalen of the Congressional Budget Office just released a study asking why. Their answer: two-thirds of the slowness (relative to past recoveries) reflects weak growth in the economy's potential. The potential labor force, capital stock, and productivity are all growing less rapidly than they did following past recessions. The other third reflects cyclical weakness, particularly in government, housing, and consumer spending.

CBO's Maureen Costantino and Jonathan Schwabish turned those results into a nifty infographic (click to make larger):

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