New Findings On Causes Of Current Economic Crisis

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Population declines in the 45-54 year old and in the 55-64 year age groups as well as decreasing labor force participation rates are leading to a decline in personal income and declining personal consumption of major proportions.

March 11th 2009 is the release date for three unique, important publications on:
(1)    The Great Depression
(2)    The Economics of the Current Crisis
(3)    Estimates of Selected (Macro) Incomes in the Current Crisis

Mr. Salisbury has arrived at methods for understanding the process of economic expansion and contraction in the U.S. economy as well as capitalist economies in general. He understands the hidden dynamics of economic growth and contraction and unveils to the reader what these dynamics are.

Mr. Salisbury has been involved in research for over 35 years. He has published in refereed journals and presented at professional conferences. He has developed two theoretical concepts: (1) Stress Theory, and (2) The Theory of Aggregates and Components that provide insights for the understanding of complex issues. These theories have been used to uncover new findings about Depressions.

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