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CEP US Election Analysis Papers

During the 2012 US presidential election, CEP published a series of US Election Analyses.

The series provides non-technical, evidence-based and politically neutral introductions to the main economic issues facing the American people: taxes, spending and public debt; economic recovery and policy uncertainty; healthcare reform; and inequality and opportunity. As the economically largest and most powerful nation on the planet, what happens in the United States always has a profound influence on the rest of the world.

See also
CEP US Election Analysis
Economic Recovery and Policy Uncertainty Scott R. Baker, Nick Bloom, Steven J. Davis and John Van Reenen
October 2012
Paper No' CEPUSA002:
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Tags: us elections; uncertainty; recession

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