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New Government Report: Limiting Central Government Budget Deficits

Limiting Central Government Budget Deficits: International Experiences

by James K. Jackson
Paperback, 21 pages, 2011, $20.00
ISBN: 1437983073

The global financial crisis and economic recession spurred governments to boost fiscal expenditures to stimulate economic growth and to provide capital injections to support their financial sectors. The surge in fiscal spending, combined with a loss of revenue, has caused government deficit spending to rise sharply when measured as a share of GDP and increased the overall level of public debt. Budget deficits likely will stabilize, but are not expected to fall appreciably for some time. Contents of this report: Overview and Background; Austerity Measures in Europe; Impact on Gov’t. Budgets; Fiscal Consolidation: Country Efforts; Recent EU Austerity Measures; Budget Rules; Budget Rules in Europe: The Stability and Growth Pact. A print on demand report.

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May 23, 2011 at 11:53 am Leave a comment

New Government Report: Economic Recovery

Economic Recovery: Sustaining U.S. Economic Growth in a Post-Crisis Economy

by Craig K. Elwell
Paperback, 18 pages, 2010, $15.00
ISBN: 9781437944174

“Contents: (1) Background: Severity of the 2008-2009 Recession; Policy Responses to the Financial Crisis and Recession: Monetary Policy Actions; Fiscal Policy Actions; (2) Is Sustained Economic Recovery Underway?; (3) The Shape of Economic Recovery: Demand Side Problems?: Consumption Spending; Investment Spending; Net Exports; Supply Side Problems?; Policy Responses to Increase the Pace of Economic Recovery: The Case for More Fiscal Stimulus; The Case Against More Fiscal Stimulus; The Case Against More Monetary Stimulus; Economic Projections. This is a print on demand edition of an important, hard-to-find publication.”

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February 8, 2011 at 11:36 am Leave a comment

New Government Report: Factors Affecting the Decisions of General Motors and Chrysler to Reduce Their Dealership Networks

Factors Affecting the Decisions of General Motors and Chrysler to Reduce Their Dealership Networks
by Neil Barofsky
Paperback, 40 pages, 2010, $20.00
ISBN: 9781437936704

For the U.S. auto industry, the quarter ending June 30, 2009, was dominated by the bankruptcy filings of Chrysler and GM. As part of the bankruptcy proceedings, Chrysler terminated 789 dealerships, and GM planned to wind down 1,454 dealerships by Oct. 2010.

Questions arose as to how GM and Chrysler selected dealerships for termination and what benefit, if any, the companies gained from terminating the dealership.

This report addresses: (1) the role of U.S. Treasury in the decision to reduce dealership networks; (2) the extent to which GM and Chrysler documented processes for deciding which dealerships to terminate and which to retain; and (3) to what extent the dealership reductions are expected to lead to cost savings for GM and Chrysler. Illus.

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August 6, 2010 at 9:00 am Leave a comment

New Government Report: AIG Rescue, Its Impact on Markets, and the Government’s Exit Strategy (ISBN: 9781437935868)

AIG Rescue, Its Impact on Markets, and the Government’s Exit Strategy (ISBN: 9781437935868)
By Elizabeth Warren
(Paperback, 336 pages, 2010, $45)

The New York Federal Reserve under Timothy Geithner failed to exhaust all options to arrange a private-sector rescue of American International Group before launching a taxpayer-funded bailout in 2008, a government watchdog group said on Thursday, Reuters reports.

Contents: A. Overview; B. AIG Before the Government Rescue; C. The Rescue; D. Subsequent Government Actions; E. Impact of the Rescue: Where the Money Went; F. Analysis of the Government’s Decisions 2008; G. Assessment of the Role of Treasury and the Federal Reserve; H. Current Government. Holdings and Their Value: 1. Markets View of AIG’s Equity; 2. Residual Value of AIG: Parameters of Debate; 3. Administration’s Subsidy Estimates; I. Exit Strategies: 1. AIG’s Plans for Return to Profitability; 2. Treasury’s Plan for Exit; J. Exec. Comp.: 1. AIG Changed a Fundamental Market Relationship; 2. The Role of Credit Rating Agencies; 3. Options Available to the Government; 4. The Government’s Authorities in a Financial Crisis; 5. Conflicts. Illustrations.

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July 5, 2010 at 5:00 am Leave a comment

New Government Report: U.S. Motor Vehicle Industry: Confronting a New Dynamic in the Global Economy (ISBN: 9781437931960)

U.S. Motor Vehicle Industry: Confronting a New Dynamic in the Global Economy (ISBN: 9781437931960)
By Bill Canis and Brent D. Yacobucci (Paperback, 68 pages, 2010, $30)

An in-depth analysis of the 2009 crisis in the U.S. auto industry. and its prospects for regaining domestic and global competitiveness. Analyzes business and policy issues arising from the restructurings within the industry.

The year 2009 was marked by recession and a crisis in global credit markets; the bankruptcy of GM and Chrysler; the incorporation of successor companies; hundreds of parts supplier bankruptcies; plant closings and worker buyouts; the cash-for-clunkers program; and increasing production and sales at year’s end.

Also examines the successes of Ford and the increasing presence of foreign-owned OEM (original equipment manufacturers), foreign-owned parts manufacturers, competition from imported vehicles, and a buildup of global over-capacity that threatens the recovery of U.S. domestic producers.

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May 28, 2010 at 10:00 am 1 comment


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