Government Debt. Can Economic Growth Resolve It?
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If the economy grows at a greater rate than the government debt the debt as a percentage of GDP will decline. This may be a way out of the debt crisis. I wrote a book entitled 'Economic Growth - In a Highly Constrained Environment' which puts forward strategies to enable growth in a difficult economic environment, google it.
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The book is available in Ebook format at Amazon.
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10-10-2019 12:04 AM
Morganist said:
If the economy grows at a greater rate than the government debt the debt as a percentage of GDP will decline. This may be a way out of the debt crisis. I wrote a book entitled 'Economic Growth - In a Highly Constrained Environment' which puts forward strategies to enable growth in a difficult economic environment, google it.

Here is the blurb.

This booklet contains a series of articles putting forward original suggestions of how to achieve economic growth in a constrained environment. Economic growth is becoming the most viable method of resolving national debt issues.

The existing methods of reducing the rising private and public sector debts have become limited as a result of market forces and political pressure. Outgrowing debt is favourable compared to cuts in consumption and government spending.

New techniques to enable economic growth are provided including Governmental Commerce, Internationally Commercialised Innovation, Taxation Efficiencies, Supplementary Income and alterations in Pension Saving Allowances.

The booklet offers a fresh approach to macroeconomic policy, which will help to stimulate growth and enable new business operations. The new economic tools devised will give politicians alternative options to avoid implementing hard policies.
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