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An Economics Newsletter for the New Millennium

Prepared by New Economic Paradigm Associates

  • Donald Byrne, Ph.D.
  • Edward Derbin, MA, MBA

The New Paradigm:

Reshaping the American Economy

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2013 Volume Issue 8

May 20, 2013

Clawing back to 2007 Employment Levels: 18 million jobs by the end of 2017

In April 2013, we saw the best month Employment Report from the Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics in quite a while.

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2013 Volume Issue 7 May 15, 2013 Income Distribution versus Redistribution: why not get it right the first time through? http://econnewsletter.com/173001.html 2013 Volume Issue 6 Apr 25, 2013 U.S. Competitive Rebound? U.S. Emerging Nation? Is the U.S. the 'new emerging nation' as some analysts are saying? If so, why so? http://econnewsletter.com/171901.html 2013 Volume Issue 5 April 9, 2013 Let's take a walk…watch out for the Gaps: Jobs; Growth; and Fiscal Follow-up on Labor Shortfall Growth Gap http://econnewsletter.com/170601.html 2013 Volume Issue 4 April 5, 2013 Disastrous Jobs Report for March (March madness) We've posted a very brief, but important update on the Employment Report for March in order to get it out in a timely manner. http://econnewsletter.com/169301.html Join us on Linkedin.com New Paradigm in Economics: Byrne & Derbin http://www.linkedin.com/groups/New-Paradigm-in-Economics-Byrne-4365275?trk=myg_ugrp_ovr Dr. Byrne http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=7648064&locale=en_US&trk=tyah Ed Derbin http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?authToken=pyZY&id=4373996&goback=%2Econ&authType=name (Volume 2009: Issue 2) April 4, 2009) Click on the above link… Oh, Michigan, my Michigan…oh, my goodness! ECONOMICS SYMPOSIUM FEB 7, 2009 STREAMING VIDEO NOW AVAILABLE Click here>>> (VIDEO and PDF download of SYMPOSIUM available) Check out the streaming video presentation on Cartelistic v. Competitive Free Market Capitalism! Economics Presentation Donald Byrne April 2008 Click on the above link… Archived Newsletters (Volume 2009: Issue 1) January 2, 2009) (The Financial Fiasco of Two-Thousand Eight (FFTTE)) (Volume 2008: Issue 2) May 13, 2008) (Oil & Autos: Cartelistic v. Competitive Free Market Capitalism) (Volume 2008: Issue 1) March 21, 2008) (The Credit Crisis: Too Big to Fail---too small to matter) (Volume 2007: Issue 2) August 27, 2007) (Excessive Subprime Lending; or Misguided Monetary Policy - A Reasoned Critique) (Volume 2007: Issue 1) February 21, 2007) (ENERGY, ENERGY, EVERYWHERE - BUT WHY DOES IT COST SO MUCH?) (Volume 2006: Issue 2) November 18, 2006) (The Income Distribution: Where's the Cash?) (Volume 2006: Issue 1) January 6, 2006) (The Killing Fields: Weak links in an otherwise strong economy) (Volume 2005: Issue 3) August 3, 2005) (Social Security: Is there a Crisis?) (Volume 2005: Issue 2) May 31, 2005) (The Energy Challenge: U.S. Oil Industry (Merger-Mania) and the FED Conundrum Continues) (Volume 2005: Issue 1) April 29, 2005 (The FED: CONUNDRUM, CONSTERNATION, OR CONFUSION?) (Volume 2004: Issue 3) November 19, 2004 (We're back…Revisiting previous issues and then on to ENERGY) (Volume 2004: Issue 2) March 29, 2004 (On Unemployment and Debt…not as dreary as first thought or continues to be reported) (Volume 2004: Issue 1) February 16, 2004 (Economic schools of thought…of long dead economists and other items of interest) (Volume 2003: Issue 5) December 31, 2003 (The Federal Reserve System: Sausage making and its relation to monetary policy) (Volume 2003: Issue 4) November 22, 2003 (National Debt and Federal Deficits…leveraging current assets for tomorrow's growth) (Volume 2003: Issue 3) October 10, 2003 (Trade Deficits - How dirty is your float?) (Volume 2003: Issue 2) August 31, 2003 (Deflation --- not necessarily a bad thing…restructuring) (Volume 2003: Issue 1) August 6, 2003 (What Recession? Welcome to the World of the New Economic Paradigm) *Feedback on Commentaries from Our Readers Letters to the Editors… Subprime or ARM? Send a question and we'll send you a hard copy of the newsletter… *Favorite Links US Department of Commerce http://www.commerce.gov/ Bureau of Economic Analysis (National Income and Product Accounts) http://www.bea.gov/national/index.htm US Census Bureau (Poverty Income Data) http://www.census.gov/hhes/www/poverty.html US Department of Labor http://www.dol.gov/ Bureau of Labor Statistics (Unemployment Statistics and Price Indices) http://www.bls.gov/ US Department of Transportation http://www.dot.gov/ US Federal Highway Administration http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/ US Department of Energy http://www.energy.gov/ The Energy Information Administration: U.S. Department of Energy http://www.eia.doe.gov/ US Department of Treasury http://www.ustreas.gov/ The United States Debt Outstanding (U.S. Treasury) http://www.treasurydirect.gov/NP/BPDLogin?application=np Internal Revenue Service (Tax Statistics) http://www.irs.gov/taxstats/index.html Current Monthly Treasury Statement http://fms.treas.gov/mts/index.html Yield Curve Data http://www.ustreas.gov/offices/domestic-finance/debt-management/interest-rate/yield.shtml US Federal Reserve Board of Governors http://www.federalreserve.gov/ New York Federal Reserve Bank http://www.newyorkfed.org/ US Department of the Interior http://www.doi.gov/ Minerals Management Service http://www.mms.gov/ Other good sites… CIA: The World FactBook https://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/ Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) http://www.oecd.org/ The Conference Board - Leading Economic Indicators http://www.conference-board.org/economics/bci/ International Monetary Fund http://www.imf.org/ The World Bank http://www.worldbank.org/ *Contact Information - Feedback & Questions To reach us, please write to either of the following e-mail addresses: Donald R. Byrne, Ph. D. Professor of Economics University of Detroit Mercy dbyrne5628@aol.com Edward T. Derbin, MA, MBA University of Detroit Mercy edtitan@aol.com Upcoming Articles (in no particular order) More on Fossil Fuels and Other Energy (Monopoly Power) Healthcare Gold: The Barbarous Relic Fair Trade/Free Trade Investing Robber Barons/Profit Satisficing/Profit Maximization Pharmaceuticals Auto Industry - CAFE Standards Competition: The Beauty of the Free Market System Inflation Equity / Efficiency Externalities - Political Discernment