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Economic Report of the President

By Government Printing Office

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Book Id: WPLBN0000082152
Format Type: PDF eBook
File Size: 5.0 MB
Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: Economic Report of the President  
Author: Government Printing Office
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Legislation., Economic & political studies
Collections: Government Library Collection, Government Printing Office
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Office, G. P. (n.d.). Economic Report of the President. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Excerpt: As 2004 begins, America’s economy is strong and getting stronger. Over the past several years, this Nation has faced major economic challenges resulting from the decline of the stock market beginning in early 2000, a recession that began shortly after, revelations about corporate governance scandals, slow growth among many of our major trading partners, terrorist attacks, and the war against terror, including in Afghanistan and Iraq. These challenges affected business and consumer confidence and resulted in hardship for people in many industries and regions of our Nation. Americans have responded to each challenge, and now we have the results: renewed confidence, strong growth, new jobs, and a mounting prosperity that will reach every corner of America. This Report, prepared by my Council of Economic Advisers, describes the economic challenges we faced, the actions we took, and the results we are seeing. It also discusses our plan to continue growing the economy and creating jobs.

Table of Contents
C O N T E N T S ECONOMIC REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT............................................... ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISERS*...... OVERVIEW....................................................................................................... CHAPTER 1. LESSONS FROM THE RECENT BUSINESS CYCLE ............. CHAPTER 2. THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR........................................ CHAPTER 3. THE YEAR IN REVIEW AND THE YEARS AHEAD .............. CHAPTER 4. TAX INCIDENCE: WHO BEARS THE TAX BURDEN?......... CHAPTER 5. DYNAMIC REVENUE AND BUDGET ESTIMATION.......... CHAPTER 6. RESTORING SOLVENCY TO SOCIAL SECURITY ............... CHAPTER 7. GOVERNMENT REGULATION IN A FREE-MARKET SOCIETY......................................................................................................... CHAPTER 8. REGULATING ENERGY MARKETS ....................................... CHAPTER 9. PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT................................... CHAPTER 10. HEALTH CARE AND INSURANCE...................................... CHAPTER 11. THE TORT SYSTEM............................................................... CHAPTER 12. INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND COOPERATION............. CHAPTER 13. INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL FLOWS ................................... CHAPTER 14. THE LINK BETWEEN TRADE AND CAPITAL FLOWS...... APPENDIX A. REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT ON THE ACTIVITIES OF THE COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISERS DURING 2003............. APPENDIX B. STATISTICAL TABLES RELATING TO INCOME, EMPLOYMENT, AND PRODUCTION........................................................ 1 9 17 29 53 83 103 117 129 149 157 173 189 203 223 239 253 265 277

 

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