| Perhaps Quiggin's biggest disdain is reserved for what he calls "trickle-down economics.
emphasized tax cuts, but not spending cuts, because the latter would not be politically popular.
examines America's last economic crisis, the "stagflation" of the 1970s, and how economists, journalists, Washington staffers, and politicians helped America get out of the recession through supply-side economics
In the 1970s, conservative intellectuals and opinion makers turned to supply-side economics
as the centerpiece of their economic program, as evidenced in Jude Wanniski's The Way the World Works (1978), which was given prominence in Robert Bartley's editorials for the Wall Street Journal.
Analysts say government action is needed to tame rising food prices caused by insufficient rainfall and a monetary policy that cannot tackle supply-side economics
which ironically launched supply-side economics
when President Reagan's tax cuts went into effect in 1983.
This is clearest in the show's celebration of supply-side economics
, where visitors can scan barcode simulations of credit cards to access flattering descriptions of the founders of Wal-Mart and VISA.
Bush, a man who has taken the positions of an unshakable ideologue: on supply-side economics
, on privatization, on Social Security, on the Terri Schiavo case, and, most disastrously, on Iraq.
It was Mr Balls who coined the tortuous phrase "post-neoclassical endogenous growth theory" to sum up - to much hilarity - Mr Brown's belief in supply-side economics
We can show how supply-side economics
ignores Christ's call to place the poor at the forefront of our endeavors.
Wanniski midwifed supply-side economics
, was the first Marxist to work as an editor of the Wall Street Journal editorial page, and is author of The Way the World Works (Gateway).
During thirty years at the helm of the Journal's editorial page, he helped set the agenda for conservative administrations and marketplace advocates of supply-side economics