EPI’s research on economic growth assesses how policymaking and economic institutions either help or hinder efforts to insure that the U. economy is operating at full employment and to generate sustainable growth in average living standards as rapidly as possible.
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Developing counties, in contrast, appear to suffer economically from counterterrorism threats.
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