Debt is a social and ideological construct, not a simple economic fact.
What I'm asking for is a new economic order. I don't know how to construct that; I'm not an economist.
Denial of contraception to women without the financial means to afford it could cause substantial economic burdens, and even greater burdens if the lack of contraception results in an unintended pregnancy.
Much fiscal policy is implemented, not through spending increases, but through tax credits and other so-called tax expenditures. The markets should respond to them as they do spending cuts, with little contraction in economic activity.
Prior to 1940, the affluent and the middle class began to converge, but after 1979, the economic gap between the middle class and affluent widened significantly.
And the cornerstone of my economic policies, when I first got elected, was cutting taxes on everybody on who paid taxes.
Ensuring fairness in the American workplace should be a cornerstone of our economic policy.
It's very clear that TPP was promoted by corporate interests, it was driven by ideology, not by economic science. And when they started looking at the net trade benefits, they are miniscule.
With impressive proof on all sides of magnificent progress, no one can rightly deny the fundamental correctness of our economic system.
There is a correlation between economic inequality and personal violence. The explanation for the correlation isn't completely clear; there are a number of possibilities.
Cruz named Former Texas Senator Phil Gramm as his economic guru. This guy virtually crashed the U.S. economy. Gramm is largely responsible for two bills which led to the speculative bubble which popped in September 2008.
It seems far-fetched, even preposterous, to blame the global economic order for the persistence of severe poverty in countries that are ruled by obvious thugs and crooks.
We see China as a large market opportunity with similar cyclical economic cycles that occur throughout every economy.
In the U.S. alone, weather disasters caused $50 billion in economic damages in 2010.
To describe Peter Thiel as simply a libertarian wildly understates the case. His belief system is based on unapologetic selfishness and economic Darwinism.
The evergreen story of people in debt becomes even sexier in an economic downturn, when debts inevitably get harder to pay.
There must be a major economic recovery package which puts Americans to work at decent wages.
Germany is the biggest economy of Europe and we need Germany on board for the economic reforms of Europe, including, of course, the deepening of the internal market, resisting protectionism, and supporting further economic policy coordination.
We should improve economic guidance and management as demanded by the developing reality.
As women in industrial societies join the paid workforce, they gain the economic means to depart unhappy marriages more easily.