Barack Obama has been getting a mountain of unsolicated economic advice; here’s one selection. In case he needs more to read, we posted our long-term recommendations on the WSJ Real Time Economics blog today. In short, we see a long-term challenge – and opportunity – to shift resources from the financial sector and into what is colloquially called the “real economy.” This will require, among other things, investment in education, openness to immigration, consolidated financial regulation, and assistance for workers affected by restructuring.
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