Words matter. These are the best American Economy Quotes from famous people such as Richard Cordray, Robert Herjavec, Noam Chomsky, Rodrigo Rato, Jeff Van Drew, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
When the consumer is strong, the American economy will be strong, so consumer protection actually serves economic growth and economic progress.
Oh, I’m all about small business. I think what we’ve learned from big business and big Wall Street is that unchecked greed and the creation of false value gets us all in trouble. If we look at the American economy, who’s really creating value? It’s the small businesses.
When Reagan left office, he was the most unpopular living president, apart from Nixon, even below Carter. If you look at his years in office, he was not particularly popular. He was more or less average. He severely harmed the American economy.
So the American economy needs the world, and the world needs the American economy.
The American economy is driven and maintained by the exceptionalism of the women and men who make up our workforce; we must do everything we can to protect them.
The American economy has always been the innovator in the world, and we’re starting to see some tremendous increases in innovation, especially in the clean energy sector.
Aggregate aid is to the Ethiopian economy what Obama’s fiscal stimulus was to the American economy: minus these injections, both economies would suffer catastrophically. The theatrical blustering of the Ethiopian government notwithstanding, donor countries have a make-or-break power over the Ethiopia’s prosperity.
The rate of growth of the management skills of any country is inversely proportional to the number of MBAs. Germany produces no MBAs, but America used to produce MBAs by the millions, and you saw the German economy, until at least the ’90s, was certainly more efficient than the American economy.
I’m convinced that the Great Lakes region will be at the center of an internally-focused North American economy when the hallucination of oil-powered globalism dissolves. Places like Buffalo, Cleveland, and Detroit will have a new life, but not at the scale of the twentieth century.
History has demonstrated time and again the inherent resilience and recuperative powers of the American economy.
Between 1857 and 1929, while regulators largely stood idle, the American economy swung through 19 national boom-and-bust gyrations that sometimes threatened to wipe out whole industries within months.
The few effective provisions of Dodd-Frank are masked by its many flaws – flaws that have been and will continue to be detrimental to the American economy and our financial future if not reversed.
I am all in favor of growing the American economy and engaging in trade with the world, but not at the expense of American workers. The North American Free Trade Agreement is a perfect example of this. Ask the textile workers of North Carolina how NAFTA worked out for them – if you can find any.
As a steward of the U.S.economy and financial systems, the Treasury has helped lay the groundwork for the American economy to become a model of strength, flexibility, dynamism, resiliency. This is a system that generates growth, creates jobs and wealth, rewards initiative, and fosters innovation.
So there are 535 members of Congress. Many of us want what’s best for the American worker and the American economy. Others want what is best in their goals to take down President Trump.
Innovation really is the life blood of our American economy… looking back at the stories of Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, and the Wright Brothers, you look at emergence to technology innovation and what it has done for our economy. We need to continue that.
2008 was to the American economy what 9/11 was to national security. Yet while 9/11 prompted the U.S. government to tear up half the Constitution in the name of public safety, after 2008, authorities went in the other direction.
What’s going on in this country? Unions stand against those trends. We’ve got to somehow insulate the robust American economy from this global economy that seems to want to devour our standard of living.
A national carbon tax would devastate an already struggling American economy, force the cost of gas at the pump to jump even higher, and kill millions more jobs here at home.
The TPP will be good for the American economy, the Vietnamese economy, and the labor and environmental standards that make life better for our people.
The Libertarian position on immigration is to have, not open borders with no restrictions, but to have controlled borders that allow hard-working people to come into America to help raise their standard of living and improve the American economy.
College graduates work in every sector of the American economy, and the research engines incubated within our universities generate a wealth of ideas and innovations that have an enormous impact on our lives.
Americans want students to get the best education possible. We want schools to prepare children to become good citizens and members of a prosperous American economy.
It does the American economy no long-term good to only keep the big box factories where we are now assembling ‘American’ products that are composed primarily of foreign components. We need to manufacture those components in a robust domestic supply chain that will spur job and wage growth.
The historic dearth of labor was perhaps the central feature of the American economy in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.