Germany: The Price of Stability?
My colleague, Fernando Martin, has an interesting chart that plots the real per capita GDP of five industrialized countries since 1991: (click to enlarge) The data above are expressed as percentage deviations from the U.S. level in 1991, with the initial position calculated using PPP converted GDP per capita from the Penn World Tables. Thus, [...] View the full post at: Germany: The Price of Stability? Related posts: Is BB&T Worth the Price? Fed Plosser on Financial Stability and Unwinding Lending Programs Looking for Signs of Stability in Financial Markets
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