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Albert SantaLuca

Albert SantaLuca

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • Precarious Balance

    Published 14 April 2005 | viewed 8,234 times

    The economy is a dynamic, complex system whose components are constantly changing. Right now, an unusual situation has developed in which several important parts of…

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    Published 13 January 2005 | viewed 6,499 times

    The Theory The consensus view of how to solve the burgeoning U.S. trade deficit gives the falling dollar a key roll. This view follows traditional…