Monday, August 12, 2013

A View on the Role of Natural Gas in the U.S. Economic Future

As economists we always look toward the economy of the future and look for potential areas of change or areas that will lead in growth or will bring about changes to the economic structure. This article in U.S. News and World Report looks toward how the ongoing natural gas boom in this country could contribute to future growth and the future composition of America’s industries and infrastructure.
U.S. News and World Report

Despite a slow recovery from the Great Recession, America is on the brink of a long-term economic boom, says author Charles Morris, former managing partner of the business consulting firm Devonshire Partners. In "Comeback: America's New Economic Boom," Morris argues that the natural gas boom will encourage investment in America's infrastructure, increase productivity and create millions of middle-class jobs". Read more

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