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Vol. 85, No. 5 (Posted 2003-09-01)

The 2001 Recession: How Was It Different and What Developments May Have Caused It?

by Kevin L. Kliesen

Economist Kevin Kliesen shows how the 2001 recession was unusual in several respects—in some ways, the mildest on record—and examines some of its likely causes.

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