lunes, 2 de enero de 2012

Reconsiderando el Crecimiento: Rogoff

Como siempre, una interesante nota de Rogoff...

"...Modern macroeconomics often seems to treat rapid and stable economic growth as the be-all and end-all of policy. That message is echoed in political debates, central-bank boardrooms, and front-page headlines. But does it really make sense to take growth as the main social objective in perpetuity, as economics textbooks implicitly assume?.."