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Steven M. Fazzari

Bert A and Jeanette L Lynch Distinguished Professor

Washington University

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St. Louis, Missouri,63130

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Washington University in St. Louis is a medium-sized, independent research university dedicated to challenging its faculty and students alike to seek new knowledge and greater understanding of an ever-changing, multicultural world. The university is counted am...more

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ISSUE #4: The Middle Class: America's Weakening Backbone - Presidential Precious Metals

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New research by two prominent economists (Steven Fazzari of Washington University and Barry Cynamon of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis) has returned some startling results about our so-called economic rebound.


Institutional Economics: ‘Light Reading It’s Not’ - Forbes

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Steve Fazzari, of Washington University in St. Louis, talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about Keynesian economics.
Fazzari talks about the paradox of thrift, makes the case for a government stimulus plan, and weighs the empirical evidence for a Keynesian worldview.


www.timesofoman.com

"In the last few years, there's been a huge change in the mainstream of the profession," said Steven Fazzari, an economics professor at Washington University in St. Louis who first came to the conference as a job-hunting graduate student in 1982.


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Use of debt-buying now and paying later-"became more and more acceptable," says Steve Fazzari, an economics professor at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.
Otherwise, says Fazzari, "they were going to be forced to cut back on basic public services. Critics on both sides debate the wisdom of government actions. But, says Fazzari, "they don't know what would have happened without the stimulus."


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"Rising inequality goes beyond the issue of social justice," wrote Barry Cynamon, a visiting scholar at the St. Louis Fed, and Steven Fazzari, a professor at Washington University.


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