The economic policy of the Barack Obama administration is a combination of tax increases on the wealthiest Americans and increased public services such as scientific research, infrastructure, health care reform, and education meant to boost the American economy and future prospects. Obama advocates using government regulation to stem crony capitalism, and tax revenue to stabilize and promote economic growth. His economic advisers are Jason Furman of Harvard University and Jeffrey Liebman of Harvard University. In 2006, Obama wrote: "We should be asking ourselves what mix of policies will lead to a dynamic free market and widespread economic security, entrepreneurial innovation and upward mobility [...] we should be guided by what works." Speaking before the National Press Club in April 200

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  • A política econômica da administração Obama é uma combinação do aumento de impostos sobre os americanos mais ricos e o investimento nos serviços públicos, como pesquisa científica, infraestrutura, reforma do sistema de saúde e educação que se destina a elevar a economia americana e as perspectivas futuras. O próprio Obama é o proponente do uso da regulamentação governamental para conter o capitalismo clientelista e a carga tributária e estabilizar e promover o crescimento econômico. Os atuais assessores econômicos são Alan B. Krueger da Universidade de Princeton e Jeffrey Liebman da Universidade Harvard. Em 2006, Obama escreveu: "Deveríamos estar nos perguntando quais das nossas políticas nos levará a um livre mercado dinâmico e a uma maior segurança econômica, inovação empreendedora e ascensão social [...] nós deveríamos ser guiados por essas palavras." Discursando antes do National Press Club em abril de 2005 ele defendeu o New Deal social de políticas assistenciais de Franklin Roosevelt, associando as propostas republicanas de estabelecer contas privadas para a Seguridade social com o Darwinismo social. (pt)
  • The economic policy of the Barack Obama administration is a combination of tax increases on the wealthiest Americans and increased public services such as scientific research, infrastructure, health care reform, and education meant to boost the American economy and future prospects. Obama advocates using government regulation to stem crony capitalism, and tax revenue to stabilize and promote economic growth. His economic advisers are Jason Furman of Harvard University and Jeffrey Liebman of Harvard University. In 2006, Obama wrote: "We should be asking ourselves what mix of policies will lead to a dynamic free market and widespread economic security, entrepreneurial innovation and upward mobility [...] we should be guided by what works." Speaking before the National Press Club in April 2005, he defended the New Deal social welfare policies of Franklin D. Roosevelt, associating Republican proposals to establish private accounts for Social Security with Social Darwinism. (en)
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  • A política econômica da administração Obama é uma combinação do aumento de impostos sobre os americanos mais ricos e o investimento nos serviços públicos, como pesquisa científica, infraestrutura, reforma do sistema de saúde e educação que se destina a elevar a economia americana e as perspectivas futuras. O próprio Obama é o proponente do uso da regulamentação governamental para conter o capitalismo clientelista e a carga tributária e estabilizar e promover o crescimento econômico. Os atuais assessores econômicos são Alan B. Krueger da Universidade de Princeton e Jeffrey Liebman da Universidade Harvard. Em 2006, Obama escreveu: "Deveríamos estar nos perguntando quais das nossas políticas nos levará a um livre mercado dinâmico e a uma maior segurança econômica, inovação empreendedora e asc (pt)
  • The economic policy of the Barack Obama administration is a combination of tax increases on the wealthiest Americans and increased public services such as scientific research, infrastructure, health care reform, and education meant to boost the American economy and future prospects. Obama advocates using government regulation to stem crony capitalism, and tax revenue to stabilize and promote economic growth. His economic advisers are Jason Furman of Harvard University and Jeffrey Liebman of Harvard University. In 2006, Obama wrote: "We should be asking ourselves what mix of policies will lead to a dynamic free market and widespread economic security, entrepreneurial innovation and upward mobility [...] we should be guided by what works." Speaking before the National Press Club in April 200 (en)
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