Future in Review Conference 2011: Part 3 (Conclusion)
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In times of recession, the spending efficiency (economic waste) doesn't matter; rather, the allocation of resources (particularly employment) is what matters. There is no mileage in tracking what was spent, or what it created, vs. the importance of getting everyone to work. Keynes first worked this out long ago.