May 23, 2002
Strong American Relative Growth

During the 1990s, U.S. economic growth by far outstripped that of the other major industrial economies.

Posted by DeLong at 02:27 PM

May 17, 2002
The Persistence of Relatively Rapid U.S. Growth

U.S. economic growth in the 1990s has vastly outstripped that of the other components of the world economy's industrial core.

Posted by DeLong at 02:43 PM

April 12, 2002
Was the New Economy Oversold?

But if you hang out with the professional forecasters and builders of economic models, you hear a very different story. They are impressed by how small the recession of 2001 has been in terms of lost output, how rapid productivity growth has been throughout the recession...

Posted by DeLong at 03:55 PM